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Eat That Question: Frank Zappa in His Own Words :– Watch Eat That Question: Frank Zappa in His Own Words full movie on Project Free Tv,“Eat That Question: Frank Zappa In His Own Words” pulls together interview, concert and behind-the-scenes footage to commemorate one of the rock era’s most idiosyncratic star musicians. Thorsten Schutte’s entirely archival assemblage is most likely to be appreciated by the previously converted, as its stimulating if somewhat patchy overview of a multi-various career skims over or omits too many aspects to comprise a definitive introduction. Sony Classics picked up worldwide rights (excluding France and Germany) at Sundance.A self-taught composer and multi-instrumentalist primarily interested in avant-garde music, the young Zappa is seen wresting sounds from an adapted bicycle (accompanied by studio band) on the syndicated “Steve Allen Show” in 1963. Also heavily influenced by free jazz, such experimentation won much attention if not wide commercial success with 1966’s “Freak Out,” his first album with the Mothers of Invention.It established him as a challenging outlier in the rock field, one adored by the adventurous few but fundamentally at odds with a music industry he soon came to loathe. It also introduced his penchant for biting social satire, not just via ever-quotable lyrics but parodies of popular music idioms. He branched out into filmmaking with the video-shot 1971 cult feature “200 Motels,” and further honed his knowledge of diverse new technologies producing his own records and other artists’. The greater embrace of his more “difficult” music abroad was reflected in the European outlets granted his classical compositions in later years before he died of prostate cancer in 1993, at age 52.Perhaps understandably declining to convey the musical breadth of a career that encompassed more than 60 albums (and that’s not counting nearly as many posthumous releases), “Eat That Question” places its primary emphasis on Zappa as a public personality, a podium he seemed wary toward yet seldom shrank from. Seen interviewed over the decades in different countries, he often appears bored, caustic and condescending in response to admittedly often trite questions. But he’s always sharply articulate in airing firm opinion on nearly any given subject.
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Release: 24 June 2016 (Usa) IMDB Rating : 7.6/10
Director: Thorsten Schütte
Writers: Thorsten Schütte
Stars : Frank Zappa