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The Sound - Searching for the new documentary

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The Sound - Searching for the new documentary

Postby loveforpostpunk » Wed Oct 16, 2019 4:43 pm

One of my favorite bands to come out of the 80s new wave/post-punk scene was The Sound. The Singer, Adrian Borland, is a lyrical genius and amazing singer.

I love each of their albums from Jeopardy to Thunder Up

Apparently there is a documentary called, "Walking in the Opposite Direction," which covers the life of Adrian and talks about his metal illness, made by some Dutch filmmakers. (The Sound was popular in the Netherlands more than England)

However, I can`t find a way to get a copy of this documentary. Has anyone ever seen this or have a way to share? I am willing to buy an online copy but haven`t been able to find one.

Any help would be appreciated.

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