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Scott Walker: 30 Century Man

Not Rated In Theaters 02/27/2009 , 96min.
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Village Voice
From the increasingly experimental solo records that followed, and Walker's subsequent reputation as a reclusive genius and cult figure, you'd expect the subject of Stephen Kijak's documentary to be a forbidding, pretentious artiste--and the pleasant surprise of Kijak's film is that he's anything but. Full Review
Eddie Cockrell
Longtime fans of Walker's warm, sepulchral baritone, startlingly evocative songwriting and lushly imaginative instrumentation will rejoice at this revealing documentary. Full Review
Joel Selvin
San Francisco Chronicle
A fine new rock documentary. Full Review
Mark Olsen
Los Angeles Times
Director Stephen Kijak previously made the documentary "Cinemania," about a group of obsessive moviegoers, and it comes across here that Walker (born Noel Scott Engel) and his acolytes might best be described not by that distasteful word "hipster" but rather by the more dignified "connoisseur." These are people of discerning taste. Full Review
Owen Gleiberman
Entertainment Weekly
Walker forged an out-of-time mystique that is vividly captured here. Full Review

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