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Neil Young Journeys -- A documentary that follows Neil Young on his solo tour, and a special trip he makes to Toronto's Massey Hall, an iconic venue in the city of his birth.
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Neil Young returns to his birth Canadian province of Ontario to revisit his old haunts and to perform in Toronto's vintage Massey Hall. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Neil Young ... Himself

Directed by
Jonathan Demme 
 
Produced by
Marc Benioff .... executive producer
Shane Bissett .... co-producer
Jonathan Demme .... producer
Elliot Rabinowitz .... producer
Dara Schnapper .... post production producer
Neil Young .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Neil Young 
 
Cinematography by
Declan Quinn 
 
Film Editing by
Glenn Allen 
 
Sound Department
Rick Chefalas .... sound editor
Paul Urmson .... sound re-recording mixer
Lawrence Zipf .... sound editor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kristin Fieldhouse .... second assistant camera
Lindsay Jaeger .... additional camera operator
Charles Libin .... additional photography
Nicholas Verlaine .... data management technician
 
Editorial Department
Cristina Esteras-Ortiz .... digital intermediate producer
Ben Perez .... digital intermediate colorist
 
Other crew
Lindsay Jaeger .... production associate
 
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Gary Goetzman .... thanks
 

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Rated PG for language including some drug references, and brief thematic material
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87 min
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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Great For Fans of Young, 26 August 2012
Author: Michael_Elliott from Louisville, KY

Neil Young Journeys (2011)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

Jonathan Demme's third film with Neil Young is yet another winner. What we basically have is a look at the hometown of Young who then drives to Toronto where he's set to perform in the history Massey Hall that night. In between the songs from the concert, we flashback to Young telling a few stories and giving his thoughts on some subjects. NEIL YOUNG JOURNEYS isn't quite as great as HEART OF GOLD but as someone who saw two shows from the Twisted Road tour, this documentary was a great reminder of what made the shows so special. I can understand if some are wanting more of a "greatest hits" concert or if they don't want any of the new material but I found some of the strongest work to come from the new stuff. 'Lela' was a touching song and we get a truly haunting version of 'Love and War.' We also get 'You Never Call,' 'PEaceful Valley Boulevard,' 'Hitchhike' and 'Walk With Me' from the recent stuff. Older classics include 'My My, Hey Hey,' 'Ohio,' 'After the Gold Rush' and 'I Believe in You,' which is certainly one of the highlights of the show. This really isn't a straight documentary or straight concert film but the majority of the show does go to the concert footage. There are some bizarre camera shots, which really get you right up in Young's face and I'm guessing Demme did this to show the passion and fire that he performs with. A couple songs appear to have a camera on the microphone so you really get up close. If you were a fan of the Twisted Road tour then I think you're going to enjoy this even though it's missing some songs that were played then (like Cortez the Killer and Cinnamon Girl). Still, Young and Demme are truly great together and make the film worth checking out.

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