"Shooting in India was an all consuming exhilarating experience, but not without its challenges." comments producer Emory Ruegg, "The first things you notice are the heat, the golden light and the smell of a vast city, all of which bowl you over in very different ways. Our intention was to shoot most of the video in inner city Mumbai, but the insane traffic put a stop to that idea so we had to search further out. We were granted quite incredible access to a suburb about 2 hours drive from central Mumbai in a region called Uran. Through the family ties of the production manager, we were able to shoot in some stunning locations that included people's homes, fishing ports, piers, cremation sites and vast empty beaches."
Mill colourist Luke Morrison worked closely with Nick over The Mill's remote grading system, grading the project in Chicago whilst Nick watched live in London, he comments, "Nick once again created a compelling and intriguing narrative that leaves the viewer wanting more. Adding to this, I created a cinematic style that harmonised with rich tapestry of the narrative and added to the texture of it's environments. Within the grade I added warmth, richness and depth to the specific tones, soft clipped and rolled off the blacks and created crossed curves to get a kodak stock style. This was all topped off with a touch of grain for that filmic vibe."