Music and movies are often interwoven. Eyeshadow in Amsterdam’s iconic Eye Filmmuseum shows this in a series dedicated to both film and music; a modern day classic followed by a performance.
A depressed insomniac and a strange soap salesman form an unlikely and antagonistic friendship. With a squalid derelict house as their headquarters, the pair assemble an underground fight club where men who are fed up with their mundane lives battle. Fight Club (1999) is an allegory for repression, mental health and toxic masculinity. Following the screening, Amsterdam based, four-piece band Jagd will provide blunt and brutal indie rock. Their sound collides with the force of bare-knuckles; intense whirring baselines and the sharp euphoria of guitars.