Our heroine and her friends leave a station and walk down one of those typically long & seemingly endless corridors on the Tube that are a dream for horror movie and music video makers
1. Which station is this?
They get to a point where they go down some stairs and the boys go one way, leaving the girl alone to go home another way. She gets to a deserted station and sits down
2. Which station is she sitting at?
She sees a pretty spooky looking person at the far end of the platform, but not paying too much attention she gets onto her train and leaves.
Now you know what continuity can be like on these videos and artistic license is often used with gay abandon.
3. Is she leaving the same station as the one in the picture two? If not what station is it?
Like the woman in Creep she's on a deserted carriage, so she puts her feet up and listens to her walkman. She's wearing some pretty cool boots here
So one for the tube geeks, sorry ... experts, here.
4. Give me the name of the type of train that she's on. The more exact the better in terms of the stock.
She attempts to get off the Tube at some point but the doors don't open long enough for her to leave. So she sits back down, appears to doze off and the mysterious character that she saw earlier comes over and touches her cheek.
The video ends the following morning, with a station cleaner coming onto the train to clear the rubbish.
He finds her apparently asleep and goes over to wake her but she's turned into a withered old lady and we can only assume that the mysterious character has stolen her youth & beauty.
5. What station does the cleaner find her in?
It will probably help you in the quiz if you can find the video itself, but try not to give the link away to others when you answer!
As usual the people who get most answers correct will go into Neil's paperclip selection. To enter leave your email address and/or blog/website with your answers in the comments below. Please leave all your answers in one entry and you can only enter once! You have until 23.59 GMT, Sunday 2nd July to make your guesses.
And the prize, well it's the nearest I have to something that's Tube and film related. It's a handy little tin featuring a 1930's "Film Lover" London Underground poster. Use it to carry small knick knacks (whatever they are).