Notes from the director on the upcoming making of ‘I think we’re alone now’ by Tiffany (1987)
Impression of the artist; her charisma, liveliness and enthusiasm.
Tiffany is playing a live gig in front of a representative audience. Two masculine studs can barely control the crowd, gathered in large numbers at a popular venue.
Various cuts to Tiffany performing on thrilling locations which illustrate the song’s lyrics, e.g. desolate images on ‘alone now’; two runaways at ‘running just as fast’ and so on and so forth. Make sure the cameraman, who is Dutch, clearly understands (e.g. ‘look at the way’ = ‘kijk naar de weg’).
Run hands through hair. Move shoulders up and down rhythmically. Look down at the end of a sentence like wanting to undress the cameraman with your eyes. Repeat. Repeat again. And repeat.
Unidentifiable objects on stage: 1 green, 1 not accountable for.
1 interesting jacket.
I’m thinking something in black and white, and a metaphor for the speed of Tiffany’s career progressing.
The video needs to include an aircraft.
And a church.
And a baggage claim.
O, and MC Hammer. On a beach.