The Clockworks 'Enough Is Never Enough' by Oscar Ryan
Oscar Ryan's video for Irish punk outfit The Clockworks is an energetic, engaging and slightly abstract version on the one-shot video: four different one-takes shot in four different locations, all presented on screen at once.
Ryan places bandmembers in three of the four distinct locations, performing the urgent Enough Is Never Enough - but then he plays his ace, and toys with viewer's perceptions, with a simple but effective device involving frontman James McGregor.
|Production Company||Head & Wrecker|
|Executive Producer||Ash Teague|
|1st AD||Dave Neale|
|Director of Photography||Emma Langguth|
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