A new review from The Movie Snob.
David Crosby: Remember My Name (B). I caught this new documentary and learned a few things about music legend David Crosby, who is somehow still alive and making music at 76 despite doing an astonishing amount of drugs up into at least the 1980s. For example, his father was Floyd Crosby, a photographer who won a Golden Globe for cinematography for High Noon. He was a founding member of The Byrds, which I should have known but don’t think I did. He didn’t like The Doors because Jim Morrison was rude to him once. And none of the other members of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young are on speaking terms with him. The film does a good job of conveying the trippy music scene of the 60s and 70s. But it left me wanting to know more about Crosby’s personal life. Like, what happened to his brother, who is mentioned as also being into music when they were kids? And I think he mentioned in passing that he’s not on speaking terms with his daughter. What’s the story there? But it wasn’t bad, and I appreciated the efficient 95-minute run time.