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Eric Avery of Jane's Addiction Talks Movie Music On TOM NEEDHAM'S SOUNDS OF FILM

Eric Avery is most known for his work with Janes Addiction, Garbage, Nine Inch Nails, Polar Bear and Alanis Morissette.

Eric Avery of Jane's Addiction Talks Movie Music On TOM NEEDHAM'S SOUNDS OF FILM

Eric Avery, the composer for SHOW ME WHAT YOU GOT, is Tom Needham's exclusive guest on this Thursday's SOUNDS OF FILM. Eric Avery is most known for his work with Janes Addiction, Garbage, Nine Inch Nails, Polar Bear and Alanis Morissette.

Svetlana Cvetko's SHOW ME WHAT YOU GOT features three late-twentysomethings who come together to create a wholehearted ménage à trois in this playfully erotic tale that sparks with the restless energy of the French New Wave. In a richly filmed black-and-white Los Angeles, each member of the threesome is in transition: fun-loving Marcello (Mattia Minasi) from under the thumb of his Italian soap star father, soulful French-Iranian actor Nassim (Neyssan Falahi) toward a more fulfilling career, and artist Christine (Cristina Rambaldi) through the grief following the death of her grandfather. The frolicsome trio finds joy and release together-exploring their sexuality, joining political protests, making art, and falling deeper into their unconventional amour-until Marcello must return to Italy and their experience there threatens the delicate balance of their relationship. For more information about the film, one can visit:

https://www.showmewhatyougot.film/

Worldwide listeners can tune into the SOUNDS OF FILM'S internet livestream on Thursday at 6 pm EST at wusb.fm.

THE SOUNDS OF FILM is the nation's longest running film and music themed radio show. For the past 30 years, the program has delivered a popular mix of interviews and music to listeners all over Long Island, parts of Connecticut and streaming live worldwide on the internet. Past people interviewed for the show include Bobby Rydell, Don McLean, Carter Burwell, Nile Rodgers, Chuck D, Alexander Payne, Hal Hartley, Michael Moore, Jimmy Webb, and Ernest Dickerson.

 


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