In 2011, music legend Glen Campbell set out on an unprecedented tour across America. He thought it would last 5 weeks; instead it went for 151 spectacular sold out shows over a triumphant year and a half. What made this tour extraordinary was that Glen had recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. He was told to hang up his guitar and prepare for the inevitable. Instead, Glen and his wife went public with his diagnosis and announced that he and his family would set out on a "Goodbye Tour." The film documents this extraordinary journey as he and his family attempt to navigate the wildly unpredictable nature of Glen's ...

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Reviews about Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me

Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me
rap4873a
Wonderful documentary

I first saw this documentary on CNN when it first aired. I was so struck by the bravery all around. This is one I will watch again and again.

Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me
lanny e morse
Fix It

Very Sad--Have known people that had/have this prob--

Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me
Bob Cooper
This was a great documentary on the last tour of Glen

This was a great documentary on the last tour of Glen. Being a big Glen fan, this was extremely insightful.

Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me
Mmc
Incredible documentary about his life and spirit

I especially loved seeing his kids that played along with him at his concerts. What a close knit family. It was very touching. I enjoyed seeing pictures and videos from his past. My mother used to listen to his 8 track in the car and I didn't know how incredibly talented he was until I sat and watched the movie.

Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me
Alan Eagle
Very touching and powerful account of a man, his ...

Very touching and powerful account of a man, his family, and his friends doing the impossible as Alzheimer's disease progresses.

Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me
Jeffrey Leach
Music Legend and his lovely family

Great story and a good look back at some classics as well as an insightful look at the begining of Alzheimer's.

Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me
Jonell Kelsey
Five Stars

Heart breaking but compassionately done. Strikes close to home.

Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me
dane wagner
Beware of possible Excema

I purchased a Quell pain reliever and I didn't notice much better than before using it. I used it about 3 months and noticed an itchy upper eyelid and didn't think anything of it. I tried almost every cream I could think of and nothing worked. After few weeks I made an appointment with a Dermatologist. He said I had Excema and prescribed a very expensive ointment made in Japan. I used it and went back for a check up in a week because I noticed I had new areas that itched non-stop. The doctor said to keep using it. A couple days later I remember my leg itched in the area of Quell leg band. I finally put 2 and 2 together and realized that is where the Excema started. It is very contagious on your own body. I quit using the Quell and am finally healing. I called Quell and asked them it people complained of itching and the rep said yes. She said I should use some skin film and it would protect the skin. I am saying if you have an itch near the wrap around cuff or electrodes and the itchy red areas appear on other places on your body you better have it checked out..it might be Excema. The extra expense I have incurred from treating the itch or Excema from Quell has been several hundred dollars. The ointment alone cost about $130.00 per tube and they're not that big. The 2 office visits are worth a couple hundred dollars. The cost of purchasing a Quell pain reliever was certainly not worth it for me.
Dane Wagner

Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me
Roy Perez-Daple
A must see for baby boomers and their childten

Very personal and impactfull documentary. A courageous movie by the Campbell family.

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February 16, 2016

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