Kylie Minogue 'Say Something' by Sophie Muller
Sophie Muller directs a zesty, effervescent promo for Kylie's return to her disco comfort zone.
Taking place in the outer reaches of the disco galaxy, the video cycles between glittering performance shots - atop an opulent horse statue, no less - and snippets of choreography, all overlaid with shooting stars and galactic visual effects.
The maximalist video pays homage to some of Sophie Muller's strongest work - most comparably the dream sequence in No Doubt's Simple Kind Of Life - but with a fresh and contemporary twist.
Kylie's performance is as animated, dynamic and Kylie-esque as ever, encapsulating the fun and unabashed energy of the track whilst reminding her contemporaries why the world first fell in love with her some three decades ago.
This is Muller and Minogue's fourth video collaboration together - but the first for a while. Of course it's a match made in Heaven...
|Executive Producer||Juliette Larthe|
|1st AD||Chris Kelly|
|Director of Photography||Robbie Ryan|
|Focus Puller||Cristina Cretu|
|2nd AC||Connor Travis-hunter|
|Art Director||Alison Dominitz|
|Wardrobe||Matthew Josephs, Ed Marler|
|Lead actor||Dancer: Kaner Flex|
|Other credits||Line Producer: Chris Murdoch 2nd AD: Kitty Rajakulasingam Runner: Tiger Brewer Runner: Sarah Awe Runner: Victoria Lawal Director Assistant: Lili Fletcher Camera Trainee: Yssis McKen Video Camera Operator: Dicky Howett Video Camera Assistant: Margaret Howett Key Grip: Andy Woodcock Grip: Chris Cole DIT: Asishana Daniya Spark: Edel Gardner Spark: Alan Graham Desk Operator: Candy Jackson Rigger: Harry Elvidge Audio & Video Playback: Von Adams Stylist's Assistant / Seamstress: Row Seward Art Department Coordinator: Lucy Moles Assistant Construction Coordinator: Alice Evans Art Department Runner: Zahir BTS: David Lopez-Edwards Medic: Aaron Woodbridge|
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