Between The Devil and The Wide Blue Sea

Without commentary or interviews and using a visual style that eschews the MTV aesthetic usually found in music documentaries, Karmakar’s film lets the music and the energy of its performers speak for themselves. Long sequence shots allow us to fully appreciate both the structure of the songs and the relationship between sound, image and performance. It provides an illuminating insight into an underground scene that has slowly become a global phenomenon.

Posted in film on February 25th, 2011 by Victor Plastic | 0 Comments

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