Here's a mad one ... it was one of those rare chances to be experimental with a commercial. We built the set out of scaffold and plastic and designed our own centrifuge, which was powered quite comically by the grips, and we shot stop frame motion. We had back projections and lasers and we shot all over the rooftops scavenging for ideas in the grounds of Pinewood. Those were the days, before adequate security. I was however held up for being seen climbing over the Pinewood rooftops and driving into 007 stage and had to make an apology to folk there. They were very nice about it and allowed me to shoot all over the place, in the corridors, on the rooftops, in the gardens and the backlot, even 007 stage! I asked Richard James, AKA Aphex Twin, to write the soundtrack and I'll never forget seeing and hearing what he came back with, he had articulated every sinew of visual on the screen with an individual sound and turned it into his form of music. This film was made at the beginnings of 'Flame' and we were just coming out of working with 'Harry' in post production techniques. Working with John Hollis, a really creative operator and artist, we were really pushing what the technologies were capable of at the time, leaving sequences to render overnight and coming in the next morning to see what sort of results we were getting!