Brad Pitt can rest easy, knowing that one of his first important movies has been resurrected for Netflix. Tom DeCillo, the director of 1991’sJohnny Suede was appalled to learn that 50’s guitarist Link Wray’s music had been cut from the Netflix version of the movie in which Brad plays a clueless southern boy with a huge pompadour who aspires to be a rockabilly star. It’s a strange and aimless film – perhaps inspired by David Lynch and Jim Jarmusch, but ultimately entertaining. Anyway, the director got the music back in the movie and re-edited it to perfection for your – and Brangelina’s – Netflix enjoyment. (Above Nick Cave and Brad Pitt)
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