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Neil Young Journeys is a part of a trilogy based on Neil Young, directed by Jonathan Demme. The previous two were Neil Young: Heart of Gold released in 2006 and

Neil Young Journeys Movie Review

Neil Young Journeys Movie Review English
Review for the film " Neil Young Journeys"
Streaming On: Amazon Prime Video
Runtime: 1 Hour 27 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 29-01-2012
Genre: Music
2.5 / 5.0
3.63 / 5.0

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  • Music Director:
  • Neil Young
  • Cinematographer:
  • Declan Quinn
  • Director:
  • Jonathan Demme
  • Movie Actor:
  • Neil Young

Neil Young Journeys Click to look into! >> Read More... is a part of a trilogy based on Neil Young, directed by Jonathan Demme. The previous two were Neil Young: Heart of Gold released in 2006 and Neil Young Trunk Show released in 2009. The plot revolves around Neil Young and his brother visiting their childhood home in Ontario. He keeps recalling the old memories and tells stories about incidences and people from his past. He also performs at Massey Hall in Toronto which is one major part of the movie brain surgery. In Heart of Gold, Neil was going under a surgery whereas his star stunned concert was facing troubles. The second film, “Neil Young Trunk Show,” Young forced out a hard-rock band and polished some forgotten small pieces from his large attic.

Plot: In this movie, Young sings all of his old songs mainly from the 1970s. The film is nostalgia for Young where he recalls all his past memories. It is a treat for those who lived in the 60s and 70s, the songs are fine and the concert part is one of the best. However, the part shot in Ontario is a bit loose and casual not as impactful as the concert, though sometimes interesting. For example- when we get to know that Neil’s father was a novelist and a sports writer. Also when Young passes the Scott Young School, named after Neil’s father. Demme has tried to rescue the essence of the 60s and 70s through the concert and painted a beautiful picture of Young’s childhood. The direction is good however, the concert scenes sometimes seem much exaggerated with close-up scenes. The dialogues are really good and leave an impact on the audience, Neil Young saying “nobody is ever gone. You keep them in your memory” goes very well with the movie.

Verdict: The journey is a cross Canada trip and worth watching once.


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