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Based on 9 Critics
  • 80

    Despite his flashes of bitterness, the Helm captured here seems like a man at peace with where he ended up — however taxing the road that brought him, however many friends lost or discarded along the way. show more

  • Unfortunately, Hatley chooses not to offer much context or background history regarding that or other aspects of Helm’s half-century career, other than archival footage of Helm and the Band in their prime, press clippings, and comments from the Band “biographer,” Barney Hoskyns. show more

  • It’s a sympathetic portrait of an artist whose heart lay more with new work than old glories, right up to the end. show more

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