When indie troubadour Elliott Smith took the stage at the 70th Academy Awards to perform two minutes and 14 seconds of his tune 'Miss Misery' back in 1998, he did so for one reason and one reason only: to fend off a threat.
Three years in the making, 'Heaven Adores You,' the highly anticipated Elliott Smith documentary, will finally make its worldwide debut next week as part of the San Francisco International Film Festival.
After his tragic suicide in 2003, it was believed that the entirety of Elliott Smith's unreleased material consisted of the songs that wound up on 2004's posthumous 'From a Basement on the Hill' collection. However, video of an unaired television pilot featuring the troubled singer-songwriter appeared yesterday on YouTube.
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