(Y-9) Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Documentary

Yesterday I watch a heart-wrenching piece of art.

One More Time with Feeling started as a glimpse into the recording of Nick Cave’s latest album Skeleton Tree but it quickly transforms into a harrowing testament of coping with the tragic loss of Mr. Cave’s teenage son.

It was a moving and tear-jerking experience that honestly I hadn’t felt in a movie in a long time.

This was part of the 12th annual cycle of documentaries presented by Ambulante   there still a few days left of showings, you can check the schedule in the link above.

And the trailer for this beautiful documentary you can see it here.

happy readings!!!

 

azr

 

 

 

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