Arthur Beatrice 'Real Life' by George Belfield
George Belfield's video for Arthur Beatrice's Real Life continues the naturalistic flavour of Late, his previous video for the artist. But this one runs counter to the usual downbeat subject matter associated with realism, and gives double meaning to the songtitle.
The video captures often-overlooked moments of pleasure in ordinary life - a young man and his girlfriend looking forward to the birth of their child, being with friends and family. Then there's the new real life the couple are creating. And eventually there's a subtle suggestion of the supernatural.
|Executive Producer||Tim Nash|
|Production Manager||Peter Arboine|
|Director of Photography||Steve Annis|
|Focus Puller||Ahmet Husseyin|
|2nd AC||Eira Wyn Jones|
|Art Director||Tim Gibson|
|Casting director||Sally Mcleery|
|Casting director||Martha Stewart|
|Grading company||Time Based Arts|
|Post Producer||Tom Johnson|
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