No Sense, No Money
Essays on Film & Music
"His films made no sense and no money, but I guess that’s what filmmaking is all about."
Since 2016, acclaimed writer and poet Nathan Nicolau has written passionately about cinema and jazz music. No Sense, No Money is a selection of his film and music criticism. Contents include tributes to Japanese directors Seijun Suzuki and Isao Takahata, a defense of the largely misunderstood neo-noir Killing Them Softly, and a selection of Jazz album reviews. Combining his experience as an educator, film student, and musicaholic, Nicolau's input will dazzle music and movie lovers.