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15 November 2021

Levine the good life.

by Syd Briscoe


GoodLife2030: “You, Me” - 3 mins 07s

Many dire warnings about the future of the planet were issued during the COP26 conference in Glasgow this November, but this lighthearted film puts a more optimistic spin on things. Directed by Guy Manwaring and starring Alice Levine in a whopping three roles, the piece sees a woman visit herself from the future in order to have a discussion about the environment...and, erm, dating.

The presenter and comedian gives game performances throughout the piece's three-minute runtime, ensuring that the script's deadpan humour shines through in addition to its serious message. Personal efforts may not stop climate change in its tracks, but this gives viewers food for thought about how their own actions affect the planet at large.


Creative Agency: McCann Manchester Ⓟ Ⓦ
CCO: Dave Price
ECD: Imogen Tazzyman
Creative: Conrad Robson / Sean Carey
Film Production: Merman Ⓟ Ⓦ
Director: Guy Manwaring Ⓟ Ⓦ
Producer: Clara Bennett
Production M'ger: Ben Preston
Executive Producer: Siobhan Murphy
Cinematographer: Mattias Nyberg Ⓦ (WPA Ⓟ Ⓦ)
Editor: Mark Edinoff Ⓦ @ Work Ⓟ Ⓦ

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