David Crosby: Remember My Name

David Crosby: Remember My Name

USA | 2019 | 95 minutes | A.J. Eaton

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Producer Cameron Crowe and director A.J. Eaton craft an aggressively honest portrait of musician David Crosby, now 77, framed around a multi-day interview with the controversial legend.


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"I should be dead," 60s avatar David Crosby said in a CNN interview a full 30 years ago. But, against all odds, he still isn't. With an extended bout of probing questions from producer Cameron Crowe forming its bulk, David Crosby: Remember My Name lets Crosby tell his own story for once, laying out the breakups, deaths, sex, and drugs that once threatened to define his legacy.

"In a way, Crosby's whole life has been a movie. In Remember My Name, even when he's chastened and regretful, it's all about him. But that, in a way, was the crazy glory of the ‘60s, an era of people who never stopped believing, especially in themselves."—Owen Gleiberman, Variety

  • Director: A.J. Eaton
  • Principal Cast: David Crosby, Jan Crosby, Roger McQuinn, Henry Diltz
  • Country: USA
  • Year: 2019
  • Running Time: 95 minutes
  • Producer: Cameron Crowe, Michele Farinola, Greg Mariotti
  • Cinematographers: Edd Lukas, Ian Coad
  • Editors: Elisa Bonora, Veronica Pinkham
  • Music: Marcus Eaton, Bill Laurance
  • Website: Official Film Website
  • Language: English