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'Clarence Clemons: Who Do I Think I Am?' Biopic Documentary Trailer

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June 23, 2019
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Clarence Clemons: Who Do I Think I Am? Trailer

"Find your own true destiny and purpose in this life, while the book is still open…" Virgil Films has debuted the trailer for Clarence Clemons: Who Do I Think I Am?, a documentary about musician Clarence Clemons. Also known as "The Big Man", Clarence played saxophone and was a part of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band for many years. This new Who Do I Think I Am? (I like the twist from "who do you" to "I") documentary highlights the life of the beloved E Street band member, while also showing another side not many saw when he was away from stage. "It's an intimate portrait of a man who searched for enlightenment at the unknowingly final years of his life." With the help of producer Joe Amodei, the film has become more than just a document of Clarence's spiritual journey - it's biography for his life and a love letter and farewell from those that knew him best. Clemons passed away in 2011 at the age of 69. Looks like a nice spiritual doc.

Official trailer for Nick Mead's doc Clarence Clemons: Who Do I Think I Am?, direct from YouTube:

Clarence Clemons: Who Do I Think I Am? Poster

Clarence Clemons: Who Do I Think I Am? highlights Clarence's life as a musician and a member of the E Street band while also presenting another side of Clarence not many saw when he was away from bright stage lights. It's an intimate portrait of a man who searched for enlightenment and for meaning at the unknowingly final years of his life. Clarence Clemons: Who Do I Think I Am? is directed by filmmaker Nick Mead, director of the narrative films Bank Robber and Swing, as well as the other docs The Colony, Who Do I Think I Am? (2011), and My First Guitar previously. This premiered at the Asbury Park Music in Film Festival earlier this year. Virgil Films will release Clarence Clemons: Who Do I Think I Am? in select US theaters starting on June 28th this month. For more info, visit their Facebook page. Who's interested?

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6 Comments

1

When the change was made uptown and the Big Man joined the band From the coastline to the city, all the little pretties raise their hands I'm gonna sit back right easy and laugh When Scooter and the Big Man bust this city in half With the Tenth Avenue freeze-out!

kitano0 on Jun 23, 2019

2

People are trying to make sense of their lives. Which is always somethingm, not to give up. He obviously wasn't only physilcally a big man ...

shiboleth on Jun 23, 2019

3

I too have searched for enlightenment and meaning from the East and China and India and I immediately understood the title. Who or what is this I that is aware of me or whatever it is when I refer to myself as I? I did this...I did that...but what is the I that is aware of that I? Good stuff and I didn't know that about this man. He went early, but my understanding tells me he lived a long and good life and his work was done here so onward he went. Great sax player! I hope he found the peace and answers he went searching for and I admire him for that.

thespiritbo on Jun 23, 2019

4

Sure, that's why I love the title. I appreciate that mentality and spirituality, and how it forces us to examine ourselves as much as our place in society.

Alex Billington on Jun 24, 2019

5

Yes...the narrow road to the interior is a less road traveled and it's interesting to me that this very successful and talented sax player took that road. Good stuff and I look forward to seeing this film. Thanks for the head's up, Alex.

thespiritbo on Jun 24, 2019

6

Looks good. Title is good, especially for a biography.

DAVIDPD on Jun 25, 2019

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