‘An immersive portrait of harmonious dialogue between not only East and West, but also man and nature, the past and the present’ – Variety.
In this film, Oscar-nominated director Paul Thomas Anderson follows Radiohead guitarist – and his frequent soundtrack collaborator – Johny Greenwood to Rajasthan in northwest India.
There, the legendary musician is set to record an album ‘Junun’ (translated as ‘madness of love’) with a host of international artists.
Starting with a single title card briefly explaining Greenwood’s exotic musical journey, the film then turns into an amazing audiovisual experience: the interviews and contextual information are kept to a bare minimum, and we can’t but entirely submerge into the creation of music, and delve into the country in which the sounds are born.
An amazing trip created by a masterful, melodious artistic collective.