"this isn't a concert film; it's a performance film. A concert film may intend, like The Last Waltz did so effectively, to give you a sense of what it was like to be at an event the focal point of which was the music...I'd just as soon it didn't occur to people that they're watching a concert, but rather a band performing without the distancing factor of it being an event that happened once." - Jonathan Demme
In the oddest concert film I’ve ever seen (not that I’ve really seen a lot), Talking Heads put on a hell of a weird and electric show with their oddball songs and style. It’s also surprisingly well shot, with interesting imagery, partly due to the camera work, partly due to the band itself. With David Byrne dancing oddly, running around, and dressing in a wildly oversized suit, he makes the show pretty memorable.