Jim Jarmusch pays a worthy tribute to Neil Young & Crazy Horse by mounting an engrossing collage of biography, interviews and concert footage that's bound to satisfy even die-hard Neil Young fans. Through it all, he also evokes the unusual sense of family that ties the band together, as well as the not-so-obvious connection between his own art and theirs. The result is a fine, occasionally brilliant synergy of music and film.
Year of the Horse
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