Journey Through the Past

Journey Through the Past

Don't look for a narrative, it's an Art Film. A series of vignettes referencing the South and a commentary on religion as opiate. See it for the live footage of Buffalo Springfield and CSNY.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:79 minutes
  • Release:1974
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:independent film,  

Journey Through the Past is a 1972 film by Neil Young. Originally shot in 16mm format and then transferred for theatrical release the experimental film is a self-directed combination of concert footage from 1966 onward, backstage footage and semi-fantastic art film-like sequences. Although Journey Through the Past was Young's film debut it was received poorly by critics. The film was released on DVD in 2009 with the Neil Young Archives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Journey Through the Past torrent reviews

Glen M (ag) wrote: Surprisingly good low-budget sci-fi. Very character driven, suspenseful, and keeps you guessing about the plot till the end. Only downside is one character's terrible accent.

Don S (mx) wrote: With Christina Aguilera's big voice and big bosom, what's not to like? The story is not fresh, but works on its own level - mortgage problems at the lounge, new act comes in and shakes things up giving hope, love triangle, etc. The music is good (both Aguilera and Cher get a solo) and the ending is happy. A definite "chick flick" that has just enough for this guy to like it also.

Maryam K (kr) wrote: this one have been playing in astro since last year. just got the time to finish watching. Paul Campbell can really pull off a chauvinistic jerk but still maintains that sweet innocent look. I love the relationship between David n his granddad~ n it truly redefines 'save the best for last' ;)

Spencer H (ca) wrote: Unknown has a mind boggling story which drove me crazy until the end. The t wist was very disapointing though.

Kierra L (es) wrote: same as the last episode

Cade S (jp) wrote: they actually made a THIRD ONE....oh no...

jay n (br) wrote: Beautifully shot western with performances by Joel McCrea and Randolph Scott that distill their personas perfectly.

Patrick M (fr) wrote: Alfred Hitchcock is one of the greatest film directors of all time.

Cameron S (it) wrote: its a bit well, 80s but that said i kinda like it its different and I'm shocked its not better rated even though the Ferris Bueller's Day Off/Risky Business esk story type is a bit 'once is enough' but this film made me like it again, and it wasn't a poor attempt.

ski k (gb) wrote: Not exactly a python film persay but it sould be it could be the best if it was. ive loved this movie since i say it on hbo back in the 80's at my grandmas it still makes me laugh my balls off i wish Graham Chapman was still alive

Allison K (nl) wrote: Well. Huh. An intensely fascinating premise, but a very bizarre delivery. I'm a little lost for words. The first act was a lot of fun, and it set up the world extremely well. The second act faltered, and seemed to to lose the subversive eccentric tone that carried the first act. And the final scene came across as excessive and a bit melodramatic. It did get me thinking about what animal I would want to be turned into if I couldn't find love...

John B (de) wrote: There is a part of me that has always felt that Fiddler on the Roof downplays the difficulties of the Jews in Eastern Europe. I wondered how it would play as a strict drama rather than as a musical. Nonetheless, Jewison takes great advantage of Topol at his best in putting to a film a Broadway classic with so many wonderful songs.