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One More Time with Feeling (2016)

Explores the creative process of Nick Cave and his band as the singer struggles with an unspoken personal tragedy.

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Andrew Dominik
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Cast

Cast overview:
Nick Cave ... Himself
Warren Ellis ... Himself
Jim Sclavunos Jim Sclavunos ... Himself
Susie Bick Susie Bick ... Herself
Earl Cave ... Himself
Andrew Dominik ... Himself
Martyn Casey Martyn Casey ... Himself
Thomas Wydler Thomas Wydler ... Himself
George Vjestica George Vjestica ... Himself
Else Torp Else Torp ... Herself
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A meditation narrative reflection of Nick Cave's process. A history that resists the narrative structure and shows the poet grasping at sensual intuitions. Filmed lovingly and richly raw that showcases the imperfections and hesitant fits of existence. This is a portrait of a self-portrait and the viewer can get lost and/or bored in this hall of mirrors music doc. Enter at your own risk. Written by thegoetresar

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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

8 September 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

One More Time with Feeling See more »

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$904,440
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Nick Cave commissioned and financed this documentary to be made as a way of avoiding what he knew would be a deluge of media questioning on his son Arthur's death in the middle of recording the album Skeleton Tree. He never expected to see a profit from it. See more »

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Nick Cave: [Narrating] Most of us don't want to change. What we do want is sort of modifications on the original model. We keep on being ourselves, but hopefully better versions of ourselves. But what happens when an event occurs that is so catastrophic that we just change from one day to the next? We change from the known person to an unknown person, so that when you look at yourself in the mirror, do you recognize the person that you were, but the person inside the skin is a different person? So that ...
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A must watch for Cave fans
24 September 2017 | by eddie_bagginsSee all my reviews

I wouldn't call myself a Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds fanboy, more like a passer-by who appreciates what he has heard of their works especially Cave and Warren Ellis's works providing film scores over recent years, so perhaps One More Time with Feeling doesn't mean as much to me as it would to long serving fans that have been with the band since their inception.

This music documentary that centres almost entirely around Cave in the recording studio working on the Skeleton Tree album is directed by Australian filmmaker Andrew Dominik and the Chopper and Assassination of Jesse James overcomes the disappointing reception of his last feature film Killing Them Softly to deliver a beautifully captured documentation of the album making process that also happens to touch upon the tragic loss of Cave's son Arthur that turned his world upside down.

There's nothing typical about Cave the musician and Cave the human and Dominik's film follows the mantra to a tee with Cave allowed to provide rambling voice overs and deep life pondering monologues on camera to fill in blanks but it would've been more effective for a watcher like myself had Dominik and Cave himself toned down the ponderous to instead talk more to the everyman as much of the diatribe or deep musings end up becoming a little too much to bare.

One thing that never gets hard to bare however is Dominik's directing style (unfortunately the version of the film I watched wasn't in the intended 3-D format) and the filmmaker uses his cinematic senses to great effect as the camera invades and wanders the recording studio. There is also little denying the power of some of Cave and his bands work here with members like the majestical Warren Ellis combining with Cave to deliver some heart-wrenching and soul searching songs born out of unimaginable loss and if nothing else, these musical moments make One More Time with Feeling worth the price of admission.

Final Say –

An absolute must for fans of Cave and his music, this anything but a by the numbers music doco is an intimate look into the bands creative sensibilities and a sometimes touching portrait of a man touched by grief. If however there was a little less airplay given to various and overlong ramblings, One More Time with Feeling would've been a film for everyone, not just those willing to nod in approval to every little word Cave speaks.

3 forgotten piano chords out of 5


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