End Of The Line

2011, 14 minutes

An element of society overlapping crime and order

I see Our Friend as having grown up on the periphery of conventional North London life amidst a shady background of organised crime. An element of society overlapping crime and order, an ordered image harbouring a criminal mind. Brought up in a family on the wrong side of the law he knows how to handle himself and carries with him an air of control and calculation. A vicious bastard when he wants or needs to be. His voice reflects the restrained pent up aggression impressed upon him throughout this dual upbringing. So someone who can talk to anyone and connect with them really. Kind of reflects Our Friends almost schizophrenic/polar personality.

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