German screen director Wim Wenders has made music a crucial element in such films as "Buena Vista Social Club," "Paris, Texas," and "Wings of Desire." He once quipped "Sex and violence was never really my cup of tea; I was always more into sax and violins." Today, he tells us what he means when he discusses the art of movie scoring, and previews his latest film, "Land of Plenty." Also: Starting in the late 1970s, songwriter John Doe fronted the classic L.A. punk band X. But rarely did it measure up to the hard-driving stereotypes of punk. Now Doe has recorded his first self-described "blues" album. But again, it hardly conforms to traditional expectations. He joins us to share some of the results.
» Wim Wenders' Web site
» Wim Wenders' film screening on Long Island
» John Doe's Web site