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Warren Zevon: Keep Me in Your Heart (2003)

TV Movie  -  24 August 2003 (USA)
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A cinema verite portrait of the recording of Zevon's swansong album: 'The Wind'

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Warren Zevon:Inside Out
14 February 2004 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

VH1 does a documentary on singer/songwriter Warren Zevon. VH1 explores Zevon as he does a farewell album "The Wind" while he is on his death bed. Zevon suffers from a rare type of lung cancer. He had the option of treatment to extend his life, but decided to go out with a bang recording this 5 time grammy nominated cd. The documentary goes inside his early stages of life, but primarily focuses on the struggle of this recording. A very touching documentary that shows the life and times of one musics greatest. Now available on DVD including 60 minutes of extra footage from Warren's personal life. This is a must see documentary that will capture your attention as well as your heart.


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