david byrne The oversized suit is getting out of storage. Presenter The frontman stars in a new promo video from Studio A24, revealing that director Jonathan Demme’s landmark 1994 concert film, stop making SenseGetting rebooted through 4K technology.
In the trailer, Byrne, 70, goes to her neighborhood dry cleaners to see a wrinkled ticket — number A24, naturally — to see if they still have her signature giant costume from the film, called Many consider the most attractive and important. concert movies of all time.
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“Hi, I’m lifting. It’s been here for a while,” he tells the owner of the cleaner. “Yeah this is it!” Byron gets excited when the plastic-wrapped outfit is pulled from behind After riding his bike through the streets of New York to get his prize home, Byrne gets back in the giant suit originally created by costume designer Gail Blacker and sings “This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)”. “practices some flexible choreography in a mirror to stress out. )” from the band’s 1983 speaking in tongues album.
The scene then seamlessly splits, with the singer performing some of her patented herky-jerky dancing on stage before the camera seamlessly pans back to her well-lit apartment and the screen reads, “Stop Making Sense 2023.” The original was shot over three nights during four showings at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles in December 1983 and has since been added to the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress.
It featured the group—including bassist Tina Weymouth, drummer Chris Frantz, and guitarist/keyboardist Jerry Harrison—performing now-classics such as “Psycho Killer,” “Slippery People,” “Burning Down the House,” “Life During Wartime” and ” Once in a Lifetime,” as well as an additional take on Frantz/Weymouth side project Tom Tom Club’s frequently-sampled “Genius of Love”.
A24 celebrates the success of its multiverse dramedy everything together everywhere At last weekend’s Academy Awards.
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