Jonathan Livingston Seagull [DVD] 
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Parable of an existential seagull convinced there must be something more to life than flying with the flock and eating garbage...so he explores the wonders of flying on his own. Music by Neil Diamond. Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Cinematography.
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In fact, the songs by Neil Diamond and the score, brilliantly arranged and orchestrated by Lee Holdridge, come together to form that rare beast: a soundtrack which complements the film whilst standing up perfectly well as a work in its own right.Read more ›
It was also a film I tried for years to find on DVD, but always without success - even when looking all around the world. So I was very pleasantly surprised recently, when I thought about the film again, to find that it had finally been issued on DVD - and quite a while ago too.
Although a child of it's time, and although it does loose a bit of scale on the small screen, it is still a magical experience. Old Hippies everywhere will love it.
It's a shame, in a way, that there is not a Bonus Feature in sight, but then again these may just have spoilt the illusion by making the experience too real! Buy it and fly!!
Jonathan is used as a means to explaining what life is about now through his short visit and experiences including when we all return home to the other to the other side.
Neil Diamond put his whole soul and being into this film and it well worth seeing as it will open many folks eyes and at the very least get them thinking.
Certainly you will always remember having watched it and some of the music and words will ring in your mind and ears until each of you return home from where you also came.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It has been many years since I watched this film, and I enjoyed both the photography and and the story line just as much as the first time around. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Clipper
Inspiring film with great Neil Diamond songs and music but a little too long a film for a life story of a seagull.Published 11 months ago by Diane F.