Nick Cave documentary – 20,000 Days On Earth

Nick Cave at his desk. (20,000 Days On Earth documentary)

Nick Cave Subject of Pseudo-Documentary Film 20,000 Days on Earth  (Pitchfork.com)
Filmmaker Iain Forsyth: “The important thing for us was not breaking the mythology.”

A day in the life of Nick Cave  (The Guardian)
20,000 Days on Earth, a documentary about the singer by the artists Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, creates a fictionalised 24 hours in his life in which he watches Scarface with his 12-year-old sons and drives Ray Winstone along Brighton seafront

Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard

20,000 Days On Earth Official Site

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4 thoughts on “Nick Cave documentary – 20,000 Days On Earth

  1. Sounds like a stupid idea. Who would care what he does in his day? Its his work that matters, and its his old work that is the best work, the new material is sadly lacking.

    For my money, Paul Amlehn’s better, Blixa too, and Mick Harvey.

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