Synopsis by Perry Seibert
David L. Lewis' documentary The Pleasures of Being Out of Step profiles the life of Nat Hentoff. a respected music critic who specialized in jazz. In addition to his influential career in that sphere, he has also been at the forefront of numerous social protests over the decades. The filmmakers utilize music, archival footage, and modern interviews in order to paint a portrait of the man and the interesting times in which he lived.
career, jazz, journalism, life, music-critic