David Crosby: Remember My Name Unclassified 18+
With producer Cameron Crowe interviewing, David Crosby opens up in a refreshingly honest and revealing documentary.
Founding member of The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash (and later Young), David Crosby holds a unique position in music’s pantheon. Like few others, he’s a Grammy winner, Woodstock star, multi-million-seller, and double Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee. Like no other, he became an emblem of the hope and hedonism of the ‘60s.
In his autumn years, Crosby bares all to director AJ Eaton and producer Cameron Crowe, who doubles as interviewer throughout. The film that results spans his ageless music, tumultuous high-profile relationships, the damage done by addiction, and the chronic illness that could kill him at any minute. Even if you only know David Crosby as the first initial in CSN, this confession of a mythic life is a revelation. Remember My Name reaches far beyond the rock doc template to reveal the tarnished soul of a generation.
“Crosby makes for a deeply compelling subject as he tackles the regrets he has and reckons with the impact of the choices he’s made. His disarming honesty makes this one to watch, regardless if the viewer is a fan of his music or not.” – What (Not) To Doc