Music Never Stopped, The
Nearly two decades after a terrible argument with his son Gabriel, Henry (J.K. Simmons) learns that his estranged son has been found wandering the streets in a daze. Gabriel is diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury that leaves him thinking he's still in 1968 and in the midst of Vietnam, acid tests and psychedelic music. Through a music therapist (Julia Ormond), Gabriel is able to express himself through the artists that defined a generation: The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Crosby, Stills & Nash and, particularly, The Grateful Dead. While Henry can't stand rock 'n' roll, his determination to forge a connection with his son means he must forge his own pilgrimage through the music of the 1960's - resulting in both a strong bond with his son and new lessons about himself in this touching, heartfelt film that "honors the ability of music to heal" (The Hollywood Reporter).