Peter Bradshaw Interview
Peter Bradshaw has a discussion with Tom about being the lead film critic for The Guardian. He also talks about some of his favourite pieces of music: Talking Head's 77, Aretha Franklin's Amazing Grace, Edison Lopes' performance of Tico-Tico no Fubá, Eric Clapton's performance of Hideaway and the scene at the beginning of Michael Haneke's Funny Games in which Handel's Care Selve switches to Bonehead by Naked City.
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