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Most Quoted Musician in New York Time The crossword clues finally decided that a documentary crew was worthy enough to make a movie about him. But how will we perceive it? Or can we even perceive it at all? Variety reports that Brian Eno authorized such a project about his life and career and handed over “hundreds of hours of never-before-seen footage, unreleased music from his archives, and visual art” to accompany the film. (Personally, we need the jaw-dropping oral history of Roxy Music Old gray whistle test appearance.) In keeping with his longstanding beliefs about functional art, Eno will be “released in multiple versions and will use ground-breaking generative technology”, ensuring that viewers will be able to watch the finished film in a variety of forms. Variety adds that Eno has rejected several offers for documentaries up to this one due to wanting to avoid a conventional format. He likes to decline things!