Plan B’s Prayin’ by Daniel Wolfe
Following on from the courtroom drama-musical of She Said, Prayin' finds the South London rapper slung in jail. It's brutal and frightening, grittily real - but also shifts, quite brilliantly, to moments of fantasy.
Ben Drew does, of course, have acting chops, having worked with Michael Caine on Harry Brown, and he gives another sterling performance here. But what an achievement by Daniel Wolfe. This stands alone as a great video, but it's also the finale to a genuinely coherent music video trilogy. That was always hard to do, even in the 'good old days'. To do it now almost seems miraculous.
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|Casting director||Leanne Flinn|
|1st AD||Hayley Williams|
|Director of Photography||Robbie Ryan|
|Production designer||Sam Tidman|
|Choreographer||Quinny Sacks / Kenrick Sandy|
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