REVIEW | 20,000 Days on Earth


‘20,000 Days on Earth is a film concerning places. Geographical ones, figurative ones, emotional states, frames of mind – you name it, it’s explored in this fine, formally inventive documentary about husky art figure Nick Cave. Except, it’s not really about him; although he occupies every moment of the movie either physically, through voiceover, or with his sheer, commanding presence, 20,000 Days on Earth uses its star as a multi-faceted lens, malleable to its ulterior motives, which is to get at something greater than just a single man.’

Check out my review of 20,000 Days on Earth at HeyUGuys (click quote or image above).

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Freelance film critic.



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