Here's a screen pairing you wouldn't expect: Glenn Close and Flea.
But here they were on stage at the Eccles Theatre, standing side by side along with Elle Fanning and the makers of "Low Down," which had its premiere Sunday at 2014 Sundance Film Festival.
What brought them together was the harrowing true story of Amy-Jo Albany, who wrote the memoir of life growing up with her father, Joe Albany, an acclaimed jazz pianist who battled heroin addiction and incarceration.
Fanning portrays Amy-Jo at ages 13 and 15, opposite John Hawkes as Joe Albany. Close plays Amy-Jo's grandmother, and Flea plays a fellow musician also struggling with addiction.