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One More Time with Feeling ()


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Explores the creative process of Nick Cave and his band as the singer struggles an unspoken personal tragedy.

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Directed by

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Andrew Dominik

Produced by

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Charles-Marie Anthonioz ... executive producer
Mourad Belkeddar ... executive producer
Thomas Benski ... executive producer
Marisa Clifford ... executive producer
David Fowler ... producer
Dulcie Kellett ... producer
Nicolas Lhermitte ... executive producer
Julia Nottingham ... executive producer
Anna Smith Tenser ... executive producer
James Wilson ... producer

Music by

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Cinematography by

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Benoît Debie
Alwin H. Küchler

Film Editing by

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Shane Reid

Editorial Department

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Tom Balkwill ... head of digital intermediate
Gareth Bishop ... on-line editor
Abigail McKenzie ... digital intermediate producer
Vanessa Taylor ... digital intermediate colorist
Carol Lynn Weaver ... executive producer
Verity Wislocki ... post-production assistant

Production Management

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Jo Coombes ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Stuart Renfrew ... first assistant director

Sound Department

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John Currie ... sound recordist
Gavin Marshall ... first assistant sound
Joakim Sundström ... sound designer
Elmo Weber ... re-recording mixer

Visual Effects by

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Angus Cameron ... stereo supervisor
John Paul Docherty ... Visual Effects Designer: Distant Skies
Henrik Holmberg ... matte painter
Gareth Pearce ... stereo coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Kerry Brown ... still photographer & epk
James Burgess ... b cam
Matthew Button ... lighting director
Stephen Catney ... electrician
Peter Hayley-Barker ... trainee grip (as Pete Barker)
Sean Kisch ... second assistant camera
James Layton ... steadicam operator
Sean Leonard ... digital imaging technician
Adrian McCarthy ... key grip
Ryan Monteith ... electrician
Jay Patel ... digital imaging technician
Evangelos Polychronopoulos ... camera operator: second unit
Kieran Waites ... electrician
John Watters ... first assistant camera
Julian White ... gaffer
Tom Wilkinson ... steadicam operator
Rick Woollard ... steadicam operator

Music Department

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Jake Jackson ... recording and mix engineer

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  • Vision3 (stereoscopic supervision)

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Plot Summary

A meditation narrative reflection of Nick Cave's process. A history that resists the narrative structure and shows the poet grasping at sensual intuitions. Filmed lovingly and richly raw that showcases the imperfections and hesitant fits of existence. This is a portrait of a self-portrait and the viewer can get lost and/or bored in this hall of mirrors music doc. Enter at your own risk. Written by thegoetresar

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Also Known As
  • Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds: One More Time with Feeling (World-wide, English title)
  • Nick Cave: One More Time with Feeling (Canada, French title)
  • Még egyszer, érzéssel (Hungary)
  • Ещё раз с чувством (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 113 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Nick Cave and Andrew Dominik had an agreement in which Dominick could shoot anything he wanted and ask any question, and Cave would be able to cut whatever he didn't like. Despite the agreement, Cave was angry at the final cut and worried it was exploitative; the film was ultimately released without cuts. After seeing the film again with an audience, Cave embraced it as "a gift" to himself, his wife Susie and his deceased son Arthur. See more »
Quotes Nick Cave: Things have been torn apart. And I'm desperately trying to find a way of making some kind of narrative sense out of it, if we're talking about songwriting, or at least some sense out of it where... I can do what it keeps saying in the books, or what people keep saying to me, where I can reduce this chaotic mess that's happened to me down into something that's more... you know, that I can reduce it, distill it down to a platitude that I can fit nicely into a kind of greeting card-sized platitude that means something to me, like 'He lives in my heart,' or something like that. People say it all the time to me, 'He lives in my heart,' and I go, 'Yeah, yeah, no, I know,' but he doesn't. I mean, he's in my heart, but he doesn't live at all. And there is no... I want to be able to sit here and... round this off in some kind of way, but to me it's just not, um... um...
[can't come up with the right words]
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