A revealing and deeply personal documentary exploring the life and creative renaissance of music icon David Crosby, an outspoken cultural force for over 50 years. Plagued by personal obstacles, addiction, and the resulting health issues, Crosby faced an uncertain future after the 2015 dissolution of Crosby, Stills and Nash. But Crosby forged a new path at the age of 77, recruiting a new set of youthful collaborators with jazz chops, and recording a pair of critically praised albums destined for an industry and audience wildly different from the generation he came to define in the 60s. With the clarity of introspection and an unshakable belief in the transformative powers of family and music, Crosby shares his wild and turbulent journey in this stirring portrait.
“David Crosby has never been one to mince words, but in A.J. Eaton’s startlingly intimate documentary…, the singer and guitarist finally uses his words to tap into something long-necessary: genuine self-reflection.” —Kate Erbland, IndieWire “A touching, nostalgia-infused portrait that's imbued with affection for its horny, ornery but consistently charismatic subject. And yet, remarkably, it never comes across as fawning or hagiographic.” —Leslie Felpern, Hollywood Reporter “When the filmmakers are as refreshingly honest as the film's subject, the documentary succeeds as a corrective to the over-told narrative of 60s rock, and the survivor's guilt of watching that world's sun set.” —Rob Mitchum, Uncut
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