“He is like a Croatian John Lennon that has this pop mastery going on and also lyrics that are meaningful to humanity,” is how Michael Landy, owner of Siam Records, describes musician Nenad Bach in the engrossing, gripping and heartfelt documentary ‘Everything Is Forever’…
Everything Is Forever, directed by Vic Zimet and co-produced by Stephanie Silber, is a fascinating cinematic journey through war and peace, and rock and roll profiling the charismatic Croatian musician.
Bach left a thriving musical career in Croatia in 1984 to go to America where he became a worldwide ambassador of peace, spreading his message of goodwill by meeting and performing for heads of state and appearing with fellow musicians such as Bono, Pavarotti, and Garth Hudson of The Band.
The film, which has won special jury awards at the WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival and Starigrad Paklenica International Film Festival, also follows the tireless Bach to Croatia and traces how he successfully got the first Croatian ‘klapa’ group an international contract. This ‘human’ documentary is from the heart and is definitely worth watching if you are a music fan or not.
Check out film trailer, and more info about it on the film’s website www.everythingisforever.com