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PJ Harvey: A Dog Called Money

(Rated MA15+)

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"A restlessness took hold my brain and questions I could not hold back"

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Overview

A wonderfully impressionistic combination of music documentary, travelogue and artistic experiment, PJ Harvey: A Dog Called Money traces the creative process behind the musician’s latest album. Accompanying photojournalist Seamus Murphy while on assignment in Kosovo, Afghanistan and Washington D.C., we follow Harvey on an intimate journey as she hatches lyrics and melodies on her travels far afield. Taking her ideas back to London, Harvey sets up a glass-walled studio inside Somerset House, allowing the public to observe the 5 week recording process as an unprecedented live sound-sculpture.

"A very intimate journey into the most creative moments of an outstanding musician"
— Variety
"[A] stunning ode to director Seamus Murphy's métier and PJ Harvey's collaborative genius"
— Film Ireland

Why You Should See This Film

From the makers of Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami and 20,000 Days on Earth, A Dog Called Money is yet another truly unique vision of artistic creation – revealing the fascinating backstory of The Hope Six Demolition Project (2016). Pairing Murphy’s humanistic camera with Harvey’s otherworldly presence, it’s a restless, probing portrait of inspiration and innovation from one of England’s great iconoclasts.

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  • Year: 2019
  • Rating: MA15+
  • Director: Seamus Murphy
  • Duration: 94 minutes
  • Language: English
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