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Not only is the subject the most important artist of this century, the presentation is perfect.
One of many things that struck me about this movie was how much Dylan and his friends as a group look and talk a lot like the people I know.
A wonderful concert film about a musical tour of Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and Donovan etc. in Europe, 1965.
Short and to the point: if you haven't seen this film, you don't even have a right to say you like rock docs. It's the granddaddy, and the one from which all others were born.Published 23 days ago by IndieLover
I had the one disc "Don't Look Back" and was not especially impressed. I thought it was OK and it's only importance, for the most part, was historical. It had segments of the U.K. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Holly
I have probably spent more cyber-ink relating the various aspects of the Bob Dylan experience, now rightly called the never-ending Bob Dylan tour than all the other 1960s folk... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alfred Johnson
If you are a die hard Dylan fan, and lived during the period, this release is a must. To see England in 1965, and Dylan's interaction with his fan base, is a real 'kick up in... Read morePublished 4 months ago by SamC
A definitive movie, though the editing does apparently make Dylan appear meaner than he intended.Published 5 months ago by Michael Stacey