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Written by Andy Black, this emotional yet uplifting ballad is to be recorded in Nottingham using the vocals of Chrissa Maund. The video is currently in pre-production.
|Director of Photography||Tom Wadlow|
|Sound Mixing and Design||Andy Black et al|
|Dancer/Actor in video||Olivia Neave|
|Executive Producer||Chrissa Maund|
|Make-Up and Hair Technician||Deborah Bennett|
Paradise Corner is a Western influenced action and revenge movie set in a 1930’s Gangster Jazz Bar.
designs by sophie black
A no name Stranger enters the Paradise Corner unarmed but ready to do battle. With the help of a Friendly Bartender he has planted guns around the Bar.
His mission is to bring down the man known only as the Boss, the head of organized crime in the area. But first he needs to get the Boss’s attention, the best way to do this is to threaten his business.
The Stranger starts by taking on the Manager of Paradise Corner. A bloody shoot-out between the Stranger and the
Manager’s Bodyguards. Once the Bodyguards have all dealt with the Stranger is alone with the Manager. message is sent to Boss; a message to that will get come to the Bar. But the Boss never travels alone.
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Another wave of Bodyguards arrive which the Stranger has to first out smart then dispose of one at a time until only the Boss and the Stranger remain.
A game of Cat and Mouse ensues around the Bar which has now become a battlefield. A duel of guns and words. As they stalk each other we learn of the Stranger’s motive for revenge, of the wife and child he lost. Innocent casualties caught up in the Boss’s hold on the neighborhood.
The Stranger has come to take revenge on the man responsible for his loss but at what cost? Can ‘an eye for an eye’ take away the Strangers pain?
designs by sophie black
Written by Tommy Draper
Directed by Tom Wadlow
Produced by Chrissa Maund
Production designer Sophie Black
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