In black-and-white, Angel parks the convertible. Margo and Caroline get out first, carrying their multiple shopping bags. At the studio, the director sets up the first shot. Caroline sits on the stool on stage, smiling over her shoulder.
In color, Angel dances in a black dress. Negatives from the album cover shoot are lined up on cardboard on both sides of her. Angel, Caroline and Margo dance in t-shirt dresses against a plain blue background.
Back in black-and-white, Margo spritzes her hair with hairspray. The director puts the shield over the camera. Caroline shuts her dressing room door. A makeup artists lines Margo’s lips. Margo, Caroline and Angel dance in silhouette. Two male dancers rehearse. A stylist fixes Margo’s dress.
In color, Margo, Caroline and Angel, wearing their white t-shirt dresses, pose next to each other and smile.
Back in black-and-white, a male dancer moves between the album photo shoot stills.
Against a blue background, Caroline, wearing gloves, tips her hat.
In black-and-white, the male dancers join Caroline, Margo and Angel by the album photo shoot stills.
In color, Margo fixes her hair as she sits on her stool. Caroline laughs next to her. Angel sits with her hands on her knees.
Back in black-and-white, Angel turns in her chair. Margo, Angel and Caroline dance between the album photo shoot still. They rehearse before shooting.
Against a black background, Angel, wearing a denim jacket, sings.
In black-and-white, Angel kisses the camera. Wearing their black dresses, they smile as they wait.
It was going to be a long day and a half, at least. Angel, Margo and Caroline wanted to shop in Beverly Hills. There was an one-day sale they didn’t want to miss. Angel wanted to buy some new shoes. Margo and Caroline picked up some clothes.
As they arrived in the studio, the director was barking out orders. They hustled past assistants reading over the day’s itinerary. They watched as the male dancers rehearsed their parts. The hair stylist waved to them, calling them into their chairs.
After standing for several hours, dancing and getting their makeup touched up, they finally take a forty-five minute break for lunch. They curl up in the dressing room, drinking from their water bottles and talking in line as they wait for some more food at the crafts table.
Seventeen hours later, the director calls it a day. They blink as they go outside, clutching their bags and wearing some of their new clothes home.
Director: N/A Year: 1989
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