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I do not wish to prejudice anyones opinion of the film prior to viewing so I'll just leave it for you to enjoy.
The constant undertow of great blues music and the musical cadence of the storytelling bluesmen make the experience of watching hypnoticly compelling.
It is a fascinating look at the lives of some great rural blues musicians and a lesson that blues music does not need to be complex to be powerful.
Great movie, except the bono scenes. A movie about the remaining hill country blues musicians, what else is the to say , a must see, could do without bono though...Published 15 months ago by Rgurley
I'm not even the biggest blues fan, but I love this documentary. I tell everyone I know who likes the blues about it. Some truely great stories and musicans are featured.Published on February 8, 2013 by Betty Rumble
"You See Me Laughin" is flat out awesome and documents the bluesmen as real people-deeply flawed and yet able to create transcendent music out of their lives of privation,... Read morePublished on August 2, 2011 by gwalz
If you are looking for a true Mississippi Delta Blues experience, try this one out. The DVD portrays a look into the daily lives and life experiences of some the great bluesmen of... Read morePublished on December 30, 2010 by Well Well Well
Very disappointed after buying this because of all the good reviews. I dont have a problem with "raw and primitive or noisy". Read morePublished on December 25, 2010 by ein Kunde
I grew to know RL Burnside from his work with the Blues Explosion - as an aging punk, I love punk blues.
Simple, repetitive and rhythmic. Read more
If you like the blues..and I mean rea, punch you in the mouth and steal your dog blues, then this is for youPublished on October 16, 2010 by Crouse