Neil Young: Heart of Gold

Release Date: February 10, 2006
Limited release

Neil surprises the audience by launching into Freebird

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23/52 Les Winan An intimate, well-shot concert film that is more for Young fans than the general public. That said, even this fan doesn't love the new's the classics that make this worthwhile.

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Originally titled Prairie Wind, this documentary concert feature took place at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium on August 18-19, 2005. Director Jonathan Demme reserved the location especially for the filming of the concert, which features songs from Neil Young's upcoming album - performed live for the very first time - along with performances by Emmylou Harris, Wayne Jackson of the Memphis Horns, the Fisk University Jubilee Singers and Carl Gorodetsky and the 12-piece Nashville String Machine.

The movie looks to be a true celebration of music as well as life. Young recently found himself diagnosed with a life-threatening brain aneurysm, but was fortunate to be able to have surgery to correct the situation. The classic rocker has a lot of fans behind him, and with distribution support from Paramount Classics, the film should be a good, niche release. (Kim Hollis/BOP)

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Director Jonathan Demme
Distributor Paramount Classics
Trailer Click Here for Trailer
Rating PG
Screen Count 4
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Talent in red has entry in The Big Picture



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