Closer Than That Trailer

Closer Than That Trailer (2004)

20 July 2004 Factual, Music 66 mins

Shot over the course of two years, Closer Than That finds the members of Duluth "slo-core" band Low (Alan Sparhawk, Mimi Parker, and Zak Sally) going through old photos, enduring awkward press interviews, serenading the baby, navigating traffic jams, and occasionally coming across observations on music, spirituality, and life. Director Marc Gartman traveled with them on tour across the US and Europe, capturing not only Low's performances, but also quiet moments backstage and in transit between gigs. Before one of their European shows, Alan is asked how the band would like to be introduced. He answers, "slow...quiet...really nice people with a baby." This video document gives us a glimpse of the very real, understated folks behind the great minimal rock band.

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Cast

Alan Sparhawk

as Himself

Mimi Parker

as Herself

Zak Sally

as Himself

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 20 July 2004

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