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Over a four-decade career, Australian singer and writer Nick Cave has sought to probe the nature of both God and sexual desire through his frank, intense songs.Cave eventually grew more experimental and incorporated elements of American blues into the dark landscapes of his follow-up act, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds. The band's most identifiable song, "The Mercy Seat," tells a tale rich with Biblical references of a convict in the electric chair. Despite the religious overtones of much of his work, Cave says in the film that he had a "weird relationship with the idea of God". The film defies narrative styles, starting by showing Cave on a seemingly banal 20,000th day of his life – when he was between 54 and 55 years old.
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