Award-winning photographer Seamus Murphy pioneers a unique approach to the music documentary with A Dog Called Money. He reveals the complex creative process of groundbreaking British musician PJ Harvey as she prepares her acclaimed album The Hope Six Demolition Project. She decided to create an open studio in Somerset House in London so people could watch the musicians working in the recording studio and made a series of journeys to Afghanistan, Kosovo and Washington D.C. to research the subject matter for the songs on the album. A revelatory and insightful film.