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Rated PG · 87 minutes · 2012

Documentary
He may look like the town drunk, but singer-songwriter-rock-legend Young’s combination of distinctive voice, strong chord structure, and meaningful, often melancholy, lyrics still has the power to move audiences – as he does at Toronto’s Massey Hall in this superlative concert documentary by filmmaker Jonathan Demme. It’s just Young, his instruments (guitars, harmonica, keyboards), a wooden Indian, and tunes like “Down by the River” and “I Believe in You.” Between songs, Young and his brother are shown driving around reminiscing in that “town in North Ontario” where they were raised, Omemee. Along with Neil Young: Heart of Gold and Neil Young Trunk Show, this worshipful performance doc makes up Demme’s “Neil Young Trilogy,” an unusually fulsome tribute to the singer-songwriter from the director of The Silence of the Lambs.(87 min.)
Official Site: sonyclassics.com/neilyoungjourneys
Director: Jonathan Demme
Producer: Jonathan Demme, Elliot Rabinowitz, Marc Benioff and Bernard Shakey

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