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Pop - Rock | Wellington, New Zealand
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Budget : $5,000 (NZ On Air Grant) Shoot Location : Glen Eden train station / mall / pet shop , West Auckland , NZ I sent the song to Joe and asked him if he would be keen to do a music video for it, he was up for it! ORIGINAL CONCEPT Lets just say the original concept could have been highly offensive to rabbit lovers and possibly the general public, haha! WORST DAY OF MY LIFE Everyone arrived on location, all the gear was there, hired a truck for the dolly tracks , lighting, make up LOL etc... cast and crew were there, camera was on its tracks ready to shoot the first scene and..... the freakn camera wouldnt work and they couldnt fix it of get a replacement being a sunday!! ahhhh, i was totally gutted like everyone else, so we had to call it off, send everyone home and return everything, plus i had come from Wellington to do it so i drove 8 hours home again to Wgtn very deppressed! 2nd ATTEMPT / NEW CONCEPT The shoot resceduled for 5 weeks later, things went pretty much according to plan this time round.The new concept was a piss take of a scene from Saturday Night Fever the scene where he was walking down the street with his cool strut,carrying a paint can on his way to work, trying to pick up a few women on the way!,Joe wanted me to cut my hair short to look more like John Travolta, i wasnt keen, sorry Joe! I wore a camera attached to my chest to get that close effect, we strapped a camera to the rabbit cage too,poor rabbit! My lovely friend Jo Price was the first girl that took my attention, then the second girl was Joy Rameriz that i tried to pick up and got rejected by! The female at the end was supposed to be an older lady but we found this young girl hanging around and ropped her into the part (parents permission of course!) The pet shop owner was the real pet shop owner who kindly let us use thier shop and rabbit, who stole the show by yawning on camera! good on ya rabbit.

Director:

Joe Loney - who is in the video walking past me in the alley way wearing tight black jeans / singlet and long hair pretending to be a female - his idea!

Credits:

DOP/ Editor : Duncan Cole