Synopsis by Jinko Labitag
With 50 million albums sold worldwide and nine Grammy awards under her belt, Sheryl Crow can be considered as one of the most successful artists in American music. The documentary film Sheryl centers around the life and times of this icon, employing intimate interviews, camcorder footage, and archival materials to paint a complete image of her life—from her humble beginnings, impressive career breakthrough, medical challenges, and sustained success. Directed by Amy Scott.
cancer, depression, rise-to-fame, rock-music, sexism, singer/songwriter