Rob Ulitski - 16th Nov 2020

Jeshi bears witness to a dystopian, ruckus hell of a London pub toilet before he burns it to the ground, in Brock Neal Roberts' promo for Looks Like Trouble. 

The familiar yet nightmarish location is a stylised, often grimy backdrop to the frenetic action, as Jeshi is pulled through a flurry of menacing scenarios. Mirrors shatter, freeze-frame fight scenes materialise in the shadows, and Jeshi's head protrudes from a toilet bowl... 

The trippy aesthetic is elevated by DoP Nick Morris' striking cinematography, with strobing lights and an abundant use of AR rig movements to reflect the artist quite literally spinning out of control.

A nightmarishly welcoming sight of a pub toilet where love, drugs and violence all live side by side.

PRO Credits


DirectorBrock Neal Roberts
ProducerFemi Anderson
Production CompanyAgile Films
Executive ProducerHayley Williams
Executive ProducerHarriet Towler
1st ADEllicia Lotherington
Director of PhotographyNick Morris
Focus PullerRaul Menendez
2nd ACRory Power
GafferHelio Ribeiro 
Art DirectorSarah Asmail
WardrobeEllie Rimmer
Make-upLucy Vick
EditorSam Allen
Editing companyHomespun
Grading companyElectric Theatre Collective
Post ProducerOllie Whitworth
Director's RepresentationOB Management
Other creditsProduction Assistant: Ayo Alli Runners: Sam Fox And Micah McLeod

Rob Ulitski - 16th Nov 2020

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