In 1984, Jonathan Demme directed what is now considered a classic live concert film, STOP MAKING SENSE, for Talking Heads. Ten years later, the leader of the now-defunct art-pop group, David Byrne, tries his own hand at a smaller-scale concert film, BETWEEN THE TEETH.
The film was shot at a 1992 concert date in New Jersey during Byrne's tour with his band 10 Car Pile-Up. The group performs some Talking Heads songs, mostly from their later career, as well as material from Byrne's solo albums "Rei Momo" and "Uh-Oh." Byrne continues to adapt a variety of
international pop styles to his brand of quirky rock, and much of the material has a Latin feel--it's a mixed ...