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Rated NR · 95 minutes · 2009

Documentary, Musical
He was a major rising pop singer in London in the ‘60s with his band the Walker Brothers, but Ohio-born Scott Walker (née Scott Engel) was more interested in using his booming baritone voice to interpret dramatic art songs by Jacques Brel and eventually his own compositions — moody, hook-less explorations of angst-filled longings. Forty years later he’s still doing it his avant-garde way, as this thorough documentary profile shows. Among Walker’s admirers: David Bowie (he exec-produced this doc), Radiohead, Brian Eno, Sting, and singer Ute Lemper, all of whom appear as talking heads (95 min.).
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Director: Stephen Kijak
Producer: David Bowie
Cast: Damon Albarn, Dot Allison, Marc Almond, David Bates and Ed Bicknell

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