Gangnam Policeman 'behind the scenes' video released online
By Em_Williams | Friday, January 18, 2013, 15:00
A video showing the making of the Falmouth's Gangnam Policeman has been released on YouTube today. At almost thirty minutes long, it gives a behind the scenes insight into how the film, which became an overnight internet sensation, was put together.
Falmouth' Gangnam Policeman in action.
Since going live on 7th January, Gangnam Policeman been viewed well over 100,000 times. Thanks to donations from viewers, the spoof music video has also raised over £11,000 for 12 year old Joshua Wilson from Lancashire.
br>Josh suffers severe disabilities following a brain tumour and needs a number of adaptations to be made to his home. His parents had already raised £17,000 but needed another £8,000 to complete the changes.
The production of Gangnam Policeman was the result of a throw away comment made by Falmouth Sergeant Gary Watts who stated he would perform the dance routine if he got over 5,000 followers on Twitter.
The 'Making Of' is narrated by Sergeant Gary Watts and Pete Appleyard from Roseland Media who was responsible for filming the video and working his magic in the edit.
To find out more about Josh and to donate visit www.superjosh.co.uk