Indie-idol Jim Jarmusch is a longtime Neil Young fan: Young scored Jarmusch's morose DEAD MAN, and Jarmusch later made videos for Young. This film, shot in 1996 and incorporating footage from 1976 and 1986, follows Young and Crazy Horse as they tour
the U.S. and Europe; the result, filmed mostly in raw, artless 8mm, is less a documentary than an impressionistic appreciation of the quartet, who've been playing together for the better part of 30 years. Jarmusch also goes through the motions of interviewing Young and band members Pancho Sampedro
(guitar) -- who slings a lot of hostile attitude Jarmusch's way -- Ralph Molina (drums) and Billy Talbot (bass) in what appe...