Scott Walker: 30 Century Man
Scott Walker, labeled the 'greatest voice of his generation' was lead singer of 60s sensation The Walker Brothers (‘The Sun Aint’ Gonna Shine Anymore’, ‘No Regrets’, ‘Make It Easy on Yourself’). His fan club outnumbered the Beatles‚ in 1965. From 1967-1969 he released three UK top-ten solo albums (and one #1) but suffered terrible stage fright and performed one of the great disappearing acts in pop history.
Often rumoured to be living abroad, working as a cab driver or simply dead, he reemerges decades later with one of the most modern, ear-challenging music albums ever created. Scott Walker: 30 Century Man is a filmed record of that journey seen through his own eyes and those of his many fans including some of the most famous names in contemporary popular music who also appear including David Bowie, Sting and Radiohead.
- Type of film
- Running Time
- 90 mins
- Stephen Kijak
- Mia Bays, Stephen Kijak, Elizabeth Rose
- Director of Photography
- Grant Gee
- Principal Cast
- Damon Albarn, David Bowie, Jarvis Cocker, Sting
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Last updated 23rd October 2007