G | | Drama, Family
A skilled flyer but very rebellious young seagull is kicked out of his clan. However, instead of being sad or lonely, he decides to enjoy and explore his newfound freedom.
The Jazz Singer (1980) was not the first theatrical feature film to have music by Neil Diamond as Jonathan Livingston Seagull (1973) had had a background score composed by Diamond for which it won a Best Original Score - Motion Picture Golden Globe award in 1974.
I am a perfect expression of freedom, here and now.
Opening dedication: To the real Jonathan Livingston Seagull, who lives within us all.
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