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  • Close-up on the face of musician David Crosby with a white moustache and white hair.

DAVID CROSBY: REMEMBER MY NAME

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Opens Friday, July 19 Closed Caption Available

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DIRECTED BY A.J. EATON 

PRODUCED BY CAMERON CROWE

A triumph at Sundance, this inspired collaboration between director A.J. Eaton and producer Cameron Crowe coaxes David Crosby, member of three major groups in music history (The Byrds; Crosby, Stills & Nash; and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young), into unflinching candor as the singer-songwriter confronts mortality and assesses the damage of earlier days. At the same time, his redemptive journey back to music is universally inspiring and uplifting, bearing an emotional impact that transcends the rock documentary genre.

USA    2019    93 MINS.    SONY PICTURES CLASSICS

Reviews

“Moving and elegiac rock nostalgia. [Crosby] treats his life as a shamanistic parable of pleasure and pain, beauty and loss. Crosby is more than just a rock ‘n’ roll survivor nursing a lifetime of second thoughts. He’s a romantic witness to a time that was genuinely about following the road of excess to the palace of wisdom. David Crosby isn’t just some boring old hippie - he’s more like the Gandalf of Woodstock. It’s a terrific movie… full of great stories, backed by some great photographs. In a way, Crosby’s whole life has been a movie.”
– Owen Gleiberman, Variety

“The rock legend gets up close and personal.”
Entertainment Weekly

“Looking back not in anger, but with wry amusement, regret and a big, fat joint at the ready, rock star David Crosby reflects on his life, career and many high times. A touching, nostalgia-infused portrait that’s imbued with affection for its horny, ornery but consistently charismatic subject. Crosby and his interviewers collaborate to create something that feels honest and insightful. [With a] rich seam of archive footage. Crosby often displays here a knack for vivid phrase making.”
– Leslie Felperin, The Hollywood Reporter

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