I am so happy you now call Jeff "Beloved and Important" He was my friend. After he died & they released the epic unfinished album "Sketches- for my Sweetheart the Drunk" The Village Voice, YES=YOU totally threw the album down the drain at the time & claimed "what a shame it was that he died before he could sing a song properly" Look it up... I know because I wrote a letter ( yes, before email) telling you exactly what I thought about your critic who never even saw him perform & out of hundreds of letters, you did indeed print my letter. So, all in all thanks for saying nice things about a great person and a musical legend, finally. This movie goes against everything he would have ever wanted to be remembered for. I was at this concert that the movie is about, that is the night I met him, I was 19. He was there because he was not able to attend his father's funeral and he wanted to move back to NYC. Does anyone realize how complicated Tim's songs are? or how long Jeff would have had to have practiced to learn them? Is that in the movie? "I Never asked to be your Mountain" try teaching it to yourself...or knowing it was about you. I will probably not see this movie. I am happy everyone has built their own fantasies & movie about Jeff & Tim & that night, hopefully now more people will know about them & their music :)) but nothing can compare to Jeff & that night for me. They probably even left out the best part, at the end of the show when all the lights turned on into the stained glass and lit up the whole church in this random miraculous moment while Jeff was singing in a way that can not be explained, repeated, acted or replayed. It was magic, it is one of my most vivid memories, I will never experience live music in that way ever again for the rest of my life. Jeff was a tremendous power, he was his genius 5 octave father's son... yet stood & should always stand & be remembered on his own. Respect.