Tom Odell 'Silhouette' by Charles Mehling

Tom Odell 'Silhouette' by Charles Mehling
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Director Charles Mehling takes on the remnants of Tom Odell's persisting heartache, following up from his previous double video narrative in Wrong Crowd and Magnetised.

It sees Tom Odell giving a concert hall performance for one night only and for one person only - the girl that got away. And luckily, our young protagonist appears to be doing better as time wears on, reflecting on wounds that are yet to fully heal. 

But as for the girl, whose performance is much more concrete and prominent this time around, we bear witness to her own painful inner conflict and perhaps her own pangs of regret. 

Credits

Director
Charles Mehling
Producer
Michael Shafia
Director of Photography
Rob Witt
Director's Representation
Alexa Haywood at Free Agent UKAlexa Haywood at Free Agent UK website
Commissioner
Laura Clayton
Label
Sony Music

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