Larkins 'Are We Having Any Fun Yet?' by Grandmas
A nighttime accident sets off an unusual chain of events in Grandmas' vision for Larkins' Are We Having Any Fun Yet?
Having been taken out by a car, frontman Josh Noble stumbles through a maze of underpasses, streets and traffic, crossing paths with a series of enigmatic strangers who look just as out of place as he does.
Each character has an unusually calm demeanour and a fascination with Noble, which questions whether this is just a really unlucky night, or a visualisation of him crossing the life/death boundary following the accident.
Beautifully shot by DoP Harry Wheeler, the heavy grain and vibrant colour palette creates a strangely hyperrealist aesthetic, punctuated by moments of surrealism and introspection.
|Executive Producer||Martin Roker|
|1st AD||Billie Hallows|
|2nd AD||Charlotte Simpson|
|Director of Photography||Harry Wheeler|
|Focus Puller||Mike Linforth|
|Camera Assistant||Johnny Stillwell|
|Stylist (Artist)||Nil Tomakan|
|Hair & Make-up||Bethan Anderson|
|Editing company||Edit Egg|
|Grade Producer||Oliver Whitworth|
|Label||Good Soldier Records|
|Other credits||Production Assistant: Harry Morgan 3rd AD: Liz Vick Location Manager: Charles Lawrence Stunt Coordinator: Gordon Seed Stunt Performers: Martin Vose, Gary Hoptrough|
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