Tav Falco - Make Me Know You’re Mine
Documentary • 03-Dec-2018
The free-spirited, Arkansas-born entertainer, Tav Falco, has been touring the world for over three decades. In this low-key documentary snapshot by directors JP Olsen and Kristen Nutile, we follow as the 71-year old Falco prepares for a new North American tour. Directed by JP Olsen, Kristen Nutile.
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