Greentea Peng 'Nah It Ain't The Same' by Machine Operated
Directing duo Machine Operated grant us access to Greentea Peng's cool and colourful world, from the beginning of her day (which involves drinking tea) to an evening performing the track Nah It Ain't The Same with her band.
There are several trippy digressions from her gentle, groovy routine too, prompted by the camera stopping on the details of her day: the photos on her kitchen wall, the close-up of her burning joint, a bunch of flowers... Suddenly we're in another place entirely, or looking at a toy bus and a bus-shaped purse containing miniature toy money.
This all seems ideal for Greentea Peng and her brand of woozy, London-bred jazz-pop. It's the second video for her by Machine Operated - Josh Hercules and Nathan Taylor - who have captured the spirit of her mystique.
|Production Company||Pulse Films|
|Executive Producer||Rik Green|
|Executive Producer||Harri Kamalanathan|
|Production Manager||Beatrice Giustini|
|1st AD||Joe Starrs|
|Director of Photography||Jack Reynolds|
|Focus Puller||Milo Brown|
|Clapper Loader||Chris Orr|
|Art Director||Elena Lsolini|
|Hair & Make-up||Maha Alselami|
|Editing company||Assembly Rooms|
|Grading company||Electric Theatre Collective|
|Edit Producer||Daniel Breheny|
|Grade Producer||Oliver Whitworth|
|Other credits||RUNNER: Josh Gan, Luka Glisovic RUNNER / COVID SUPERVISOR: Michael Mroczek SPARK: Tony West GRIP: Dan Huntley Art assist: Alexa Daly MEDIC: Samantha Calstor CAMERA KIT: One Stop Films LIGHTING KIT: Lee Lighting RIG KIT: Feral Equipements CATERING: Gavʼs Kitchen|
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