A documentary on Nick Cave’s & The bad seeds latest album
Nick Cave’s latest album & The bad seeds “Skeleton tree” is appreciated by critics and the public. However, artists have decided to come up with a documentary. This documentary for director Andreë Dominik, known for such films as “The Assassination of Jesse James By the Coward Robert Ford” and “Chopper”. The images are filmed in version 3 D, and they see Cave and his troupe running for the songs of The Skeleton Tree but as well engaged in philosophical discussions. The film speaks of the fragility and allows us an inner look at the soul of the musicians. This film is also on a troubled soul like that of Nick Cave who lost his son in 2015. Initially, the film was an experiment that was distributed in 950 cinemas in 30 states on September 8, 2016. Then it was achieved in 1700 distribution in over 1000 cinemas and well-sold. “One More Time With Feeling” is from the first black and white movies filmed in 3 D. The film includes 35 minutes of the London concert in the beginning of 2016, but also the interview conducted by director Andrew Dominik with Cave and his colleague his Warren Ellis, and Nick Cave’s wife, Susie Bick. The Australian artist known for his influence on gothic-rock is also the narrator of a large part of the documentary.