Winning! Or rather, singing!
Charlie Sheen croons for 'Charles Swan' soundtrack
By percy thrillington Jan 25, 2013 4:46PM
Enough time has passed since the great Charlie Sheen meltdown of 2011 (an age in pop culture time) that even his redemption narrative is now feeling like old news. However, didn't stop visionary music video director Roman "son of Francis, brother of Sofia" Coppola from casting our hero in his highly stylized new film, "A Glimpse Inside The Mind Of Charles Swan III," as a graphic designer who goes into a tailspin when his girlfriend dumps him. Katheryn Winnick (and who wouldn't love to hear Sheen say that last name out loud as an on-set goof?) plays the girlfriend, and the cast also includes Jason Schwartzman, Patricia Arquette and the great Bill Murray. But that's not what we're here to discuss. What we're here to discuss is the fact that Sheen sings in the film—a duet with co-star Winnick of "Águas de Março" ("Waters Of March") written by the legendary Brazilian composer Antonio Carlos Jobim.
You know you're curious, so you may as well click here to listen to the track, which is on the soundtrack album, which also features a score by Liam Hayes, a great musician whose work—often recorded under the name Plush—has been obscure for far too long.