You thought you knew him. In his late 70s and still helplessly hoping, legendary folk rocker David Crosby (The Byrds, Crosby, Stills & Nash) looks back at his entire life and career, from the highest highs to the lowest lows.

Opening up on his childhood, numerous love affairs, and the many excesses he lived through in the 1960s, the endlessly charismatic troubadour bares all in this candid Sundance 2019 portrait produced by Cameron Crowe.

Full of unbelievable stories from the heyday of rock and roll—including one about getting dumped by Joni Mitchell—Crosby’s honesty is outmatched only by his still-burning passion for music and standing up for love and freedom.