In a small Scottish town in 1974, factory workers refuse to carry out repairs on warplane engines in an act of solidarity against the violent military coup in Chile. Four years pass before the engines mysteriously disappear in the middle of the night.
Forty years later they re-unite to look back on what was gained and what was lost.
Ben Morris turns some of the Five Six Seven Eight! footage into comic book panels. Here’s a little detail from one of the panels you’ll see in the filum blown up at 1400%. We love this so much we’d like to see it more often… maybe even tonight… pick you up at 9? Great.
Thanks to young Albert for sitting down on those very cold steps!
It allowed us to, amongst many things: record the Head Henchmen’s tracks in a professional studio, have original dresses for Anna Nierobisz and Katch Holmes designed by Felicity Jean Edmond, transport and host our crew of 16 in Glasgow and bring power and light to the disused Govanhill Baths for four days.