Patricia Elcock

Patricia Elcock

July 12, 2016

Pretty Music for Very Ugly People

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‘Pretty Music for very ugly people’ is an inspired story created and mastered by Stefan Von Hauser, an independent and highly creative filmmaker. The film explores how young people from all backgrounds interact with each other, set in 90s London.

Chloe Sweetman channelling the '90's

ChloĆ© Sweetman channelling the ’90’s

Having secured the role of Amy – an outspoken, extremely opinionated and sexually liberated individual – I prepared myself to convey this failed actress and slightly delusional ‘LA girl’. Now back in England, Amy reconnects with old friends and flames as well as new exciting acquaintances. Shooting my first scene in the Soho theatre was an exhilarating experience. The scene was set in a club, so it was very much lights, camera and DISCO (and I’m no stranger to the dancefloor!)

Lights, camera, disco!

Lights, camera, disco!

I was lucky enough to work with three extremely professional actors during both my scenes, this combined with the efficiency of the crew and director made for an really pleasant days filming. Everyone knew where they had to be, what they had to do and had their lines down, perfect! Stefan gave us creative license with our characters which was so much fun. I’ve had a fantastic time working with Tweed Pictures Ltd and can’t wait to see the film at the premier.

By ChloƩ Sweetman

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