I spent yesterday hanging out in a rainy Vancouver railyard sneaking some behind the scenes photos of Miss Quincy’s new silent movie era music video shoot.
The video is being directed, shot, edited, and everything in between by the vunderbar EVIL Patrick Shannon. Mayhaps you’ve seen his video for C.R. Avery’s Dungeon of Love or one of the seemingly million count Hockey Gods videos. It’s been a treat to observe an East Van ghetto pro in action (yes, “East Van ghetto pro” is absolutely a compliment).
If you stick around until the end of this photo series you’ll be rewarded with a couple shots of Miss Quincy at the hospital after the final kissing scene landed her right on her head on the railroad tracks.
Aiko makes The Starlet look like an old-time knockout, The Villain lurks around looking evil, and Evil shoots solo footage of The Hero.
Joel Lahaye, Hero extraordinaire.
Aiko Takase, make-up artist extraordinaire.
Holly Magnus, keeper of the umbrella/cutest page boy ever.
Miss Quincy & The Showdown, silent movie style.
The Starlet & The Villain share an embrace before the kidnapping scene …
Miss Quincy seems to know something everyone else doesn’t … Probably that those tying her to the tracks are about to discover she’s not wearing any panties.
If you ever need to tie anyone up but find yourself without rope I would highly recommend XLR cables.
Moments before the final kiss knocked Miss Quincy right off her feet and onto her head.
Miss Quincy showing off her What is Head Trauma? pamphlet.
In a role reversal that I’m sure would make Alanis Morissette proud – The Hero injures The Starlet and The Villain drives her to the hospital.