Rated PG · 87 minutes · 2012

Director Jonathan Demme likes to make movies with Neil Young, and that’s turning out to be a very good thing. In this, their third collaboration, Young returns to Toronto, the city of his birth, to perform a solo show. And when I say solo, I mean solo: Young does it all. He serves up classics like “Ohio” and “After the Gold Rush,” and new songs like the beautiful “Leia,” with no accompaniment. Demme cuts in footage of Young driving around the city, following his brother Bob’s Cadillac and seeing the sights. Nobody shoots a concert better than Demme. He has a mic camera aimed right under the brim of Young’s hat, so you get Neil’s awesome scowling face punching your eyes.
Official Site: sonyclassics.com/neilyoungjourneys
Director: Jonathan Demme
Producer: Jonathan Demme, Elliot Rabinowitz, Marc Benioff and Bernard Shakey


Neil Young Journeys


Subscribe to this thread:

Add a review

Roll over stars and click to rate.

What others are saying (3)

Portland Mercury Neil Young: Spit and All Jonathan Demme really likes making documentaries about Neil Young. by Ned Lannamann 07/19/2012
Creative Loafing Atlanta Neil Young Journeys finds the man from Omemee still 'Rockin' in the Free World' Jonathan Demme wraps his trilogy of obsession with the singer by Chad Radford 07/27/2012
Creative Loafing Charlotte Time traveling: Neil Young Journeys Documentary takes a road trip down singer's past by Pat Moran 08/16/2012

Now Showing

  1. Wed 19
  2. Thu 20
  3. Fri 21
  4. Sat 22
  5. Sun 23
  6. Mon 24
  7. Tue 25

    Find reviews & showtimes for all films in town.

© 2018 Tucson Weekly | 7225 Mona Lisa Rd. Ste. 125, Tucson AZ 85741 | (520) 797-4384 | Powered by Foundation