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FRIDAY
NOVEMBER 27
2020

BIANCULLI’S BEST BETS

 

Movies On Demand, 3:00 a.m. ET

A documentary about Frank Zappa? How can it be anything but fascinating… and unusual? The leader of The Mothers of Invention, and a guy who named one of his solo albums Sheik Yerbouti and wrote on the jacket of a Mothers album, “The present-day composer refuses to die,” was as interesting when he wasn’t making music as when he was. So this new documentary film, released today on Movies on Demand, is one I’m really looking forward to.

 

 
  
 
 
 
 
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