All I Can Say

2020 • 100 minutes
16 reviews
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Shannon Hoon, lead singer of the rock band Blind Melon, filmed himself religiously from 1990-1995 with a video camera, recording up until a few hours before his sudden death at the age of twenty-eight. His camera was a diary and his closest confidant. In the hundreds of hours of footage, Hoon meticulously documented his life-his family, his creative process, his television, his band's rise to fame, and his struggle with addiction. He filmed his daughter's birth, and archived the politics and culture of the 90s, an era right before the internet changed the world. Created solely with his own footage, voice, and music, this rare autobiography is a prescient exploration of experience and memory in the age of video. It is also Hoon's last work, completed twenty-three years after his death.

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16 reviews
joba doba
August 22, 2020
As an ex drug addict and a child who lost a parent are at 8 it kills me to see his torment but at the same time I hate what he did to his daughter. I was a mess for 20 years but at 31 my daughter was born and I found my will to live. It's such a tug of war because I love the band and the music but at the same time I hate how he destroyed his child's life worse then his own dad. No hate to the band mates because in the 90's we were brought up on sex drugs and rock and roll.
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Aubree Michelle
December 9, 2020
I love this! It was heartbreaking. I had the pleasure of being invited backstage at Blind Melon's last Los Angeles show on October 11, 1995 by Shannon himself when we ran into him off of the Sunset Strip a few weeks before the show.
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September 11, 2021
Cuando lo liberarán para sud América Chile? Ya a pasado harto tiempo!
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