The weekend's here again folks. Depending on where you live, this nasty weather might be keeping you indoors. If that's the case, we highly recommend you rent a copy of Stop Making Sense, a concert film featuring Talking Heads from three live gigs in 1983 at Hollywood's Pantages Theater.
Stop Making Sense could very well be one of the greatest live concert films to date. Everything in this film is flawless: the most important element - the music, the performances from David Byrne and the entire band/background singers, the energy level, the lighting, the angles of the shots, the staging. Although Byrne came up with much of the staging concept (and the funding) for this film, director Jonathan Demme (Silence of the Lambs, The Manchurian Candidate, Neil Young: Heart of Gold), put it all together the way a concert film should be presented. If you're a Talking Heads fan, or you just appreciate good music, you won't be disappointed.
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