Bob dylan dont look back 65 tour deluxe edition 2007. Guarda bob dylan dont look back parte 33 naq evius su dailymotion. Pennebaker that covers bob dylans 1965 concert tour in england. All of bob dylans performances from dont look back 1967. Also sign me up for fanmail to get updates on all things movies. Dont look back he filmed everyone from dylan and bowie to bill clinton, jimi hendrix to germaine greer most of. Needless to say, it would be a long time before anyone dared to put bob dylan before a movie. Pennebaker which covers bob dylans famous 1965 tour of the united kingdom. It only grew in stature in later years, ranking as a classic examination of the world of popular music as it was lived in the 60s. The singer was bob dylan, and dylans manager albert grossman commissioned pennebaker to make the movie. What an immature, selfimportant, inflated, cruel, shallow little creature, lacking in empathy and contemptuous of anyone who was not himself or his lackey. A bob dylan story by martin scorsese is certain to go down as one of the finest documentaries of the year. Taken simply on its own merits, rolling thunder revue.
Bob dylan dont look back parte 33 video dailymotion. Patti smith on bob dylan and dont look back duration. Titled dont look back after satchel pages saying, dont look back, it might be gaining on you, i. Great, with dont look back, or in this case, dont look back taken good ol bobby d was so unconventional, he didnt believe in apostrophes, now what are. The film begins with the famous and some say best music video of all times subterranean homesick blues. Dont look back is a documentary of bob dylans 1965 tour of england. Bob dylan hotel argument about throwing glass in the. Although i think todd haynes is mostly successful here, i fear that this will be a film that will really interest people who already know about bob dylan, and that. Love the way he does its all over now, baby blue here. Dylan is a man who does not need any introduction for he is easily one of the most recognisable musicians of all time and revolutioni. Virtually absent are the standard documentary conventions of archival or interview footage.
Dont look back bob dylan is captured onscreen as he never would be again in this groundbreaking film from d. In 1998, the film was selected for preservation in the united states national film registry by the library of congress as being deemed culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant. The well made film really captured the 60s period,especially as it is all in black and white. Blanchett plays an incarnation of dylan that would be right around the time of dont look back. Pennebakers dont look back follows four weeks of bob dylans solo acoustic tour across england in 1965. Did we actually once take this twirp as our folk god. Enter your location to see which movie theaters are playing bob dylan. Dont look back is an excellent music documentary on bob dylans london tour was in the spring of 1965.
Nor is the film a concert picture, with very few live numbers captured in their entirety, and more than half of the film following dylan backs. Dont look back 1967 for anyone not familiar with dont look back, the first thing to know is that the dont in the punctuationfree title has no apostrophe an ironic fact now that bob dylan, the movies subject and star, has won the nobel prize for literature. The legendary documentarian finds dylan in england during his 1965 tour, which would be his last as an acoustic. Dont look back is a 1967 american documentary film by d. This is a compilation of all the onstage and behindthescenes performances from the documentary dont look back 1967 the criterion collection now sells an even further restored version of dont. Summer movie season might not happen this year indiewire s movie podcast.
Pennebakers classic 1967 documentary starts with one of the most iconic moments of 1960s pop. Pennebakers blackandwhite 1967 documentary film dont look back largely chronicles bob dylans tour of the u. Bob dylans dont look back documentary revamped for blu. Pennebakers camera follows him from airport to hall, from hotel room to public house, from conversation to concert. Bob dylan, the film is an eyeopening look at a brief but important chapter in dylans personal and professional legacyhis. Bob dylan 1967 dont look back original onesheet movie poster. He is about to dispense with a rustic folksy style and upset fans by embracing rock and roll and electric guitars. One is dont look back and the other is one of outtakes from dont look back both with commentaries, that can be turned on or off. I scribbled down these observations as i watched the newly restored print of dont look back, the 1967 documentary about dylans 1965 concert tour. New nobel prize winner bob dylans classic dont look back documentary is bound for a new bluray. Thirty years later, grant gee pretty much orchestrated his radiohead feature, meeting people is easy, note for note from pennebaker.
Great, with dont look back, or in this case, dont look back taken good ol bobby d was so unconventional, he didnt believe in apostrophes, now what are they gonna call the boston rockumentary. Pennebakers dont look back follows bob dylan on his 1965 tour of britain. The film was shot during dylans 1965 british concert. Dont think twice itz all right eric clapton bob dylan dont think twice. Dont look back is both a classic documentary film and a vital popcultural artifact, pennebakers portrait of bob dylan captures the influential singersongwriter on the cusp of his transformation from folk prophet to rock trendsetter. Bob dylan is more than the folk singer touted by the record industry, more than the songwriter whose poetry is the only kind many of us remember, more than the kerouackid who haunts our best writing. In this wildly entertaining vision of one of the twentieth centurys greatest artists, dylan is surrounded by teen fans, gets into heated jousts with journalists, and kicks back with his fellow musicians. Dont look back is a fascinating exercise in selfrevelation carried out by bob dylan and friends. Pennebaker chronicles bob dylans 1965 british concert tour, with joan baez and donovan. This is an impressive criterion collection bluray release with an excellent 4k restoration, a number of high quality supplemental features, and a highquality booklet.
A raucous and intimate road movie of bob dylans 1965 tour of england, dont look back may be the most influential rock star documentary of all time. Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, tv series and more. It is the bob dylan so cryptically emulated by cate blanchett in im not there. Following in the footsteps of dylan and scorseses previous collaboration, no direction home. When it first appeared in 1967, dont look back was an eyeopening look at the tumultuous life of bob dylan circa 1965. Bob dylan 1967 dont look back original onesheet movie. The deluxe edition has full tracks sung by dylan while on the tour, including it aint me babe, its all over now baby blue.
That said, the raw charisma he demonstrated in dont look back is on full display here to the degree that whenever hes onscreen, he winds up grabbing the focus of viewers, even though he is oftentimes just standing there doing nothing. Pennebakers dont look back premiered at a seedy san francisco movie house on may 17, 1967, rock docs were a virtually unknown commodity the film depicts a. The cameras follow dylan as he experiments with the electric guitar for the first time. Dont look back1965 tour deluxe editionbob dylan 65 revisited. I just wish his full live performance singing to ramona was shown on the video, but the 5 audio tracks are excellent as extras. Bob dylan hotel argument about throwing glass in the street idk idk. The legendary documentarian finds dylan in england during his 1965 tour. Dont look back 1967 rotten tomatoes movie trailers.
Bob dylan meets some gypsy fans dont look back 1967 criterion collection duration. Dont look back follows bob dylan through his most iconic phase, dark glasses and leather jacket, on his 1965 uk tour at the height of his fame. The deluxe edition has full tracks sung by dylan while on the tour, including it aint me babe, its all over now baby blue, love minus zerono limit, the lonesome death of hattie carroll, and to ramonna. On the cusp of his incarnation as a rocknroll icon, dylan exhibits an eerie confidence and selfpossession on stage.1225 174 360 1386 346 958 758 565 398 542 458 1026 1459 56 464 935 478 355 184 1208 952 1335 896 153 651 1436 982 525 1443 919 1133 918