Here above we have the first entry in Peter Greenaway’s nonfiction portrait project Four American Composers (1983), which profiles avant-garde legend John Cage (the omnibus’ other subjects are Robert Ashley, Phillip Glass, and Meredith Monk). Made for television and based on a series of musical performances commemorating Cage’s seventieth birthday, Greenaway’s film provides an intriguing portrait of the experimental songwriter through footage of the aforementioned performances intercut with multiple interviews with Cage himself discussing—among other things—personal anecdotes, his musical theories, and composing.