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Nick Cave: Abusing the Muse

Australia, 2008 (MIFF 2008, Documentaries)

Director: Rebecca Peniston Bird

Nick Cave: Abusing the Muse

Nick Cave muses on his creative process, his inspirations and his collaborators.

D/P Rebecca Peniston Bird L English TD digibeta/2008/17mins

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