Neil Young Journeys review by Alyse Garner - Cinema Paradiso
Singer/song writer Neil Young returns to Ontario the Canadian province he grew up in to revisit some of his most memorable places and perform live at Toronto’s vintage concert hall, Massey Hall.
Following on from Heart of Gold and Trunk Show, Journeys is essentially a concert movie where fans get to watch the Rocking in the Free World singer not only perform but discuss some personal thoughts and bring light to some of his work.
Director, Jonathan Demme, is a well known name amongst music documentary aficionado’s including Young’s own Heart of Gold, although having said this Demme is also known as the director of 1991’s Oscar winner Silence of the Lambs. If that does not give you enough of an idea of what to expect from Journeys then I will simply say that fans of Young’s music will find this an interesting and insightful film that is sure to leave them shouting “Hey, Hey, My, My”.