Clint and I saw Scott Walker: 30 Century Man, the new documentary on musician Scott Walker, last night - Clint wasn't familiar with Scott Walker, and was entranced (my word) by Walker's more recent works, while I found Walker years ago via Bowie and Eno and freely admit to being more appreciative of his middle period than either his early pop star days or the experimental music of his last two albums. Then again, Clint is a musician and I'm not, and Walker is typically revered by musicians.
I'll review it more fully lately, but I thought the documentary was brilliant and should be interesting even to those who've never heard of Walker - at least, those with an interest in music. I was very surprised to see how articulate and witty Walker is, given his extremely reclusive nature. The technique of having the musicians interviewed for the film listen to Walker's music on camera is something I've never seen before - I loved it.