"If music be the food of love, play on," goes the opening line of Shakespeare's Twelth Night.

The themes of music, food, family, love, loss, and creative blocks all intermingle in the magical film Chicken with Plums, a new cinematic feast orchestrated by the award-winning filmmakers of the internationally acclaimed Persepolis.

Follow the link below to check out a new segment called Popcorn Therapy for Sidewalk Radio, and listen as host Gene Kansas talks with me and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra concert master David Coucheron about music, psychology, and the film Chicken with Plums.

Popcorn Therapy: Chicken with Plums

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