The Outsider - Netflix
Sat 22 June 2019
The Outsider is a legal thriller set in the powerful but often secretive world of the Supreme Court as seen through the eyes of their clerks, the young twentysomethings who struggle to balance their messy personal lives against the incredible demands of their jobs. When a street savvy public defender is suddenly offered the chance to be the Chief Justice's newest clerk, he finds himself unwittingly embroiled in a dangerous web that reaches far beyond the halls of the Court.
Status: In Development
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Outsider - Outsider music - Netflix
Outsider music is music created by self-taught or naïve musicians. They usually exist outside of the music establishment and oftentimes suffer from mental illnesses or intellectual disabilities. The term was adapted from “outsider art” and was popularized by journalist Irwin Chusid in the 1990s. Outsider musicians tend to overlap with “lo-fi” artists since their work is rarely captured in professional recording studios. Some of the best-known examples are Daniel Johnston, Wesley Willis, and Jandek, who each had documentary films produced about them in the mid 2000s.
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