The American grunge band Blind Melon broke through with their big hit 'No Rain' in 1993. By then, the lead singer Shannon Hoon had already documented his life inside and outside of the band on a VHS camera over the course of several years. A video diary, which ends just a few hours before his tragic death of an overdose at the age of just 28. 'All I Can Say' consists of Hoon's own footage, and nothing else. An intense (self-)portrait - not unlike 'Amy' but shrouded in analogue VHS noise, like when the film fast-forwards from one moment in Hoon's life to another. But the film is also a portrait of a 90s generation, which struggled with (and against) fame in the wake of the grunge phenomenon.