Edward Norton and Thom Yorke: 'The last thing we wanted was for it to get bloody'

Over tea and tequila, the actor and the rock star discuss making Motherless Brooklyn, the dark forces behind Trump – and why Yorke was too messed up to score Fight Club

In Edward Norton’s new film, Motherless Brooklyn, a keening ballad blows in and out, affecting the narrative and painting the prevailing mood with a deep shade of blue. It’s unmistakably the work of Radiohead’s frontman, Thom Yorke.

Some film songs sit so snugly with the tale that one can barely see the join. Others drop like gaudy visitors from another world. It’s an inexact science, a curious alchemy. Norton and Yorke are still figuring it out.
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