French band The Shoes new single ‘Time to Dance’ inspires Somesuch&Co’s director to massacre Dalston’s affected inhabitants
Ever walked the streets of East London and wished you could stab, throttle, bottle and generally knock the lights out of each of the affected hipsters that pass you by? Well now those wild moments within your imagination can be visually appreciated thanks the directing ambitions of Somesuch & Co’s Daniel Wolfe.
Granted, you may not be the psychopath who does the deed, but who better to carry out your violent wishes than the award-winning and rather beautiful actor, Jake Gyllenhaal.
Shot by Robbie Ryan and edited by Tim Lindsay, this eight minute psycho thriller is for French newcomers The Shoes for their new single ‘Time to Dance’. This is Wolfe’s first promo since his effort on ‘Chase and Status’ for Plan B and it is a triumph to both he and the artists that such a Hollywood heavyweight as Gyllenhaal believed in the treatment and track so much that he wanted to participate. Wolfe was joined by family member Matthew Wolfe on the script.
Follow our protagonist as he unleashes vengeance on the deeply affected and enjoy the great new tunes of this very talented new band.
The Shoes “Time To Dance” (Green United Music)
Prod co: Somesuch & Co
Director: Daniel Wolfe
Script by Daniel & Matthew Wolfe
Executive Producers: Tim Nash, Sally Campbell
Producers: Lee Groombridge, Dougal Meese
Head of Music: Tash Tan
DoP: Robbie Ryan
Editor: Tom Lindsay at Trim
Telecine: Simon Bourne at Framestore
Sound: Ben Leeves at Grand Central
Casting: Leanne Flinn, Kharmel Cochrane
Location Manager: Luke Marshall
Art director: Sam Tidman
Stylists: Sara Sensoy, Glenn Kitson
Prosthetics: Animated Extras
Hair & Make Up: Lynn Darragh
2nd Unit Director: Leo Leigh
Commissioner: Pierre Le Ny
Special thanks to Iconoclast, Chris Youlton at Arri Media and Martin Maund at Arri Focus.