The video was shot in color and color-corrected to an uniformed cold blue tint. It features Take That performing the song inside an empty Wembley Stadium after one of their Progress Live concerts, with each member in a different location of the ground.
Curry impressively transforms the flirtatious young girl into a dignified woman, hiding her pain behind a perfectly maintained face.
Gary Barlow is shown to be sitting in the seats looking down upon the stage as he performs the chorus, whilst Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Howard Donald all look around the stadium contemplating the night before.
Williams takes lead vocals duty once more, with Barlow again on 2nd lead. A well-written and balanced play beautifully executed, with a strong cast and intelligent direction. Robbie Williams opens the video on the b stage, surrounded by ticker tape, trying to grab it as the wind blows through the stadium.
Valorie Curry and Sam Underwood are excellent. At the end of the video, they all join together and perform in front of the stage prop of their tour and as the final chorus is sung they join hands and bow to their audience.
It comes with a big chorus and is a bubbling mix of TT old and new. Barlow stated "The film is visually so rich and beautiful that our main challenge was to then match it musically.
They seem as drawn to each other as we are to them and we are wholly convinced by their attraction. Both have convincing physicalities and crystal clear voices, as well as a sincere and electric chemistry, right from the spark of their first kiss.
The humour is innocent, delicate and beautifully elegant. As they grow older and their manners mature, the nature of their relationship must change, just as the world around them does too. This production by New York based company Fundamental Theater Project is a wonderful chance to see a well-written and balanced play beautifully executed, with a strong cast and intelligent direction.
The structure of the piece allows us to see a lifelong development, rather than a fragment of love captured in time. We see their memories form and then recalled later by older, more hardened bodies. We also thought that the Musketeers reminded us of ourselves.
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