Various Artists - The Zen of Bennett (CD)

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Description

THE ZEN OF BENNETT is a seductive and soulful view into the mind of singer Tony Bennett as well as an intimate portrait of the artists creative process as he turns 85 years old. in a first person narrative, Tony reflects back over his 60 year career while looking ahead within the context of his latest recording project. We experience inspirational insights as Tony discusses his philosophies of life, lessons learned, and his passion for art and music.

Product Details

Barcode
887654176295
Department
Music
Released
19 Nov 2012
Artist
Tony Bennett
Format
Blu-ray
Genre
Pop
Supply Source
USA

Music Show

Title
Zen of Bennett
Release Year
2012
Running Time
84 min
Language
English
Categories
Education/General Interest / Documentary / Music (General)
Official Website
http://www.zenofbennett.com/
Ratings
IMDb
6.3
Rotten Tomatoes®
67% 64%
Metacritic
71
Synopsis
Tony Bennett has enjoyed and maintained a career in show business that has lasted for over five decades. This documentary features the legendary crooner discussing his creative process, showcasing some of his work in other artistic fields, and going about his daily business.
Release Notes
DVD Features:
  • Region 0
  • Note: Deleted Scenes
  • Interviews with the Filmmakers
Audio:
  • Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
  • PCM Stereo - English
  • Subtitles - English, French, Spanish
Poster
Poster for Zen of Bennett
Cast & Crew
Director
Unjoo Moon
Director of Photography
Dion Beebe
Host
Tony Bennett / Andrea Bocelli / Michael Buble / Natalie Cole / Aretha Franklin / Lady GaGa / John Mayer
Interviewee
Danny Bennett
Movie Critics
Los Angeles Times
"[Including] his 'Body and Soul' session with the late Amy Winehouse...This is when the movie earns its hushed exclusivity and kitschy title, when we see an art form bridge generations with a strange mixture of grace, joy and melancholy."
Robert Abele (1 Nov 2012, )
New York Times
"[A] tender, touching documentary portrait of the singer Tony Bennett..."
Stephen Holden (31 Oct 2012, )