Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey
This film transcends generations. On one hand, this is a documentary for the post-YouTube, post-"American Idol" generation. It is an aspirational, rags-to-riches story set against the backdrop of some of the most anthemic songs of recent rock n’ roll history. This generation may not necessarily know the provenance of the songs, but they know they’ve heard it somewhere before – at a ball game, as a soundtrack to a movie, TV show (including the last episode of "The Sopranos") or a commercial, on their parents’ iPod.
On the other hand, it is for their elders – their mothers and fathers and aunts and uncles – whose memories dance with images of Camaros, platform shoes, and "Miami Vice."