David Crosby says documentary is 'honest enough to qualify as an apology'

David Crosby says the documentary about his life, Remember My Name, is "honest enough to qualify as an apology.

"It's a very difficult film for me, playing a flawed human being, highly imperfect -- sometimes an a-hole. Lots of mistakes. If you are trying to look at me as a whole picture, you can't leave that stuff out, because otherwise it's like cooking the meat and no salt."

Some of those flaws may be why Crosby is no longer on speaking terms with Graham Nash and Neil Young.

David Crosby: Remember My Name opens in select theaters on July 19th.

 
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