Also starring: Steve Genn, Saskia Cocker
This was a leap into semi-professionalism. It was made by someone who claimed to have done the lighting on "Chariots of Fire" - which impressed us a great deal at the time. In typical Fire fashion we could only afford one roll of film, so he had to keep winding the film backwards & forwards for different bits of the song. I constructed the set in an abandoned warehouse across the road from the factory I was living in at the time. I converted an inspection pit into a kind of sunken bedroom & then filled about 200 freezer bags full of coloured liquid for another bit of set elsewhere. For some reason, there was a horse skeleton in the building, so that ended up in the film too. I haven't seen this for years, but I remember being quite pleased with it at the time. My sister Saskia & a friend called Steve Genn played 2 lovers & we kind of watched. The filming went on 'til about 4 o'clock in the morning & at the end of it the band split up. What a great evening.