Jorja Smith ft. Stormzy 'Let Me Down' by Hector Dockrill

Jorja Smith ft. Stormzy 'Let Me Down' by Hector Dockrill
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Jorja Smith plays a contract killer who faces a moral dilemma when she's hired to kill the man she loves, in Hector Dockrill's dark tale for our times.

Filmed in Kiev's historic October Palace - in 2013-2014 it was occupied by protestors in the Euromaidan conflict and served as a makeshift hospital - the setting helps to create a sense of Bond-style intrigue and danger, while the apparent amorality chimes with grim events chronicled in TV shows like McMafia.

And if you're a little uncertain of the fate of the innocent victim, Stormzy's cameo appearance at the end seems to answer that question. It's certainly not a case of romantic 'happy-ever-afters'.

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Director
Hector Dockrill
Producer
Maurizio Von Trapp
Production Company
Pulse FilmsPulse Films website
Director of Photography
Chrystel Fournier
Editor
Edward Cooper
Editing company
Assembly Rooms
Colourist
Jason Wallis
Grading company
Electric Theatre Collective
Sound
Fred Pearson
Service Company
Radioaktive Film

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