He knew where to lead the questioning and what to ask and was also very interested and/or entertained by the answers, so it was a couple of hours of an interview where it was just, kind of, my memory being sparked by the questions, remembering all these different things.To read the full article, visit HitFix.com.
I also felt like the years of Cameron as a filmmaker combined with Cameron as a music journalist came together brilliantly. It very much has his personality and some of his humor and just the essence of a Cameron Crowe film, it’s there, it’s in there. It’s not distanced from either side. You don’t get the feeling like you’re distanced from the band or from Cameron as a filmmaker. It all seemed to come together perfectly and coexist really well, I think, with Pearl Jam's history and their legacy. Being sort of in the middle of it, I felt like this captured what it felt like to me. And I don’t think there’s another person who would have been able to do that that well.