Anne Clark: Live Trailer

Anne Clark: Live Trailer (2009)

14 August 2009 116 mins

Anne Clark, British Poet and Grand lady of the Dark Wave, performed a massive concert at the Frankfurter Hof in Mainz, Germany. With strong beats, intelligent electronics, and Anne Clark's unmistakable poetry inspiring the public. Anne Clark and her band performed songs from their latest CD The Smallest Acts Of Kindness and the hits Sleeper in Metropolis, Our Darkness, Elegy for a lost summer. Anne Clark is presented as the immaculate artist she is and this visual documentation captures her intense stage presence. This is the first Live-DVD (recorded with 9 HD cameras - Full HD & Dolby Digital Surround EX 6.1) of Anne Clark.

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Cast

Anne Clark

as herself

International Releases Dates

Germany 14 August 2009

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