Oscar Lang 'Easy To Love' by Callum Lloyd-James
Callum Lloyd-James explores the struggle of young love in his visual for Oscar Lang's Easy To Love.
The concept focuses on a doomed-to-fail relationship which shows us that, even when things don’t work out, there is still meaning in the journey.
With one location, one table and two actors, the straightforward video switches up the pace through clever transitions and an energetic performance from Lang as he sits in the corner of the café.
With some strong End of The F**king World vibes, a healthy dose of charm and plenty of milkshake to wash it all down - the climax of this two-hander is very enjoyable - Lloyd-James pulls off a great little promo, matched by great performances from his cast, Tom Maclean and Asher Luis.
|Production Manager||Julien Cornwall|
|1st AD||Antonio Sequeira|
|Director of Photography||Et Ng|
|Focus Puller||Alex J. G. Tan|
|2nd AC||Oscar Harrison|
|Art Director||Oliver Duncan|
|Lead actor||Tom Maclean|
|Lead actor||Asher Luis|
|Other credits||Grip: Matty McCabe Spark: Jaina Liu, Alex Styles|
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