P.T. Anderson documents the incredible journey of recording Jonny Greenwood's album Junun
_“An immersive portrait of harmonious dialogue between not only East and West, but also man and nature, the past the present.” _- Variety
In Spring of 2015, the Maharaja of Jodhpur assembled director Paul Thomas Anderson, his frequent collaborator and Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood, record producer Nigel Godrich, Israeli composer/performer Shye Ben Tzur, and a dozen Indian musicians. That joyous three week collaboration at a recording studio inside a 15th century fort became the album and film JUNUN (“madness of love”).
Composed by Shye Ben Tzur, an Israeli musician & poet who lived for 15 years in India, the music was crafted and shaped by the influences of Jonny Greenwood and Nigel Godrich, and captured on film by Paul Thomas Anderson. The cross-cultural, cross-religious results deliver the close camaraderie of artistic collaboration and a sonic, visual and sensory experience that will intrigue and capture the imagination.