Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
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Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me

Some day we will be nothing, but in the meantime, where do we really exist? Glen Campbell looks at himself in a familiar Super 8 footage. He doesn’t know who the guy on the screen is. It’s him. Neither does he know he’s a country music legend to whom Sir Paul McCartney himself says: “I just wanted to say I love you” (and walks away.) And he also doesn’t know who is his loving Jiminy Cricket, his fourth wife, the heroine of a film that believes only in the heart of darkness. Campbell has Alzheimer’s, and he can joke about it. He can also be infernal in a tour in which the tension mixes up with his amazing drive: his musical instinct, crawled up in face of his own upcoming end, is up there standing on each one of the 151 concerts of his last tour, which is recorded in this film. Campbell is devastating, whether as a song or as a human, a memory or a mirror of everything that defines us: our passage through life. But he’s still alive –even if he doesn’t know it– in his songs. And that brushes against all our fears, sure, but also everything that defines us as humans. JMD

Spanish title: Glen Campbell: Seré yo
Year: 2014
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 116
Seconds: 0

D: James Keach  

F: Alex Exline  

E: Elisa Bonora  

M: Julian Raymond

P: Trevor Albert, James Keach  

CP: PCH Films


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Born in New York, he trained at the Northwestern University and the Yale School of Drama. Associated with Clint Eastwood, he directed the film The Stars Fell on Henrietta (1995). He also made the features Camouflage (2001) and Waiting for Forever (2010).

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