Bob Dylan: Don't Look Back [Blu-ray]
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Released on Blu-ray for the first time, this definitive set includes the classic film in high-definition, the 65 Revisited bonus disc which includes an hour-long behind-the-scenes look at Dylan and a new, never-before-seen interview of director D.A. Pennebaker by renowned rock critic Greil Marcus and the director. More than just a concert film, DONT LOOK BACK is a window into the spirit of the 60s, and one of the poet-musicians whose words and songs defined it.
Bonus Features: 65 Revisited Bonus Disc; Greil Marcus Interview with D.A. Pennebaker; Five Additional Uncut Audio Tracks; Commentary by D.A. Pennebaker and tour road manager Bob Neuwirth; Alternate Version of the Subterranean Homesick Blues Cue Card Sequence; Original Theatrical Trailer
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Visual/Audio: Is it worth the upgrade? If you don't own "Don't Look Back" and you have an interest in Dylan or film history, this is a pretty significant film--so why not pick up the Blu-ray edition? If you have the earliest DVD release, this is also an easy recommendation for the added features and content. If, however, you have the 2007 standard issue DVD release--things might get a little more complicated unless you are just updating every film in your library. Mastered in High Definition, this new version looks fine, but not significantly superior. Based on the source material, the original aspect ratio is maintained (which it should be) so this will not be shown in widescreen format. The visual and audio presentation (in 2.0) isn't a leap from the 2007 presentation.Read more ›
Apart from the original film, the DVD offers the viewer the unique opportunity of seeing the film (again!) with an ongoing commentary by Pennebaker and Neuwirth themselves, who shed light into what went into nearly every scene.
Besides, the DVD also includes 5 previously unreleased audio tracks (crystal clear quality) recorded in various locations in England during that same tour.
A fascinating and revealing experience not only for the diehard Dylan fan.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought it as a gift. It has a lot of Bob's early life, sitting around and talking with other people, but not very much music.Published 2 months ago by Robert R.
an important bob dylan documentary and a very nice edition.Published 5 months ago by Edson De Faria Francisco
Saw this in the theatre and still enjoy seeing it on the small screen.Published 6 months ago by Gregory K. Tobkes
Terrific tour document by D. A. Pennebaker, this 1965 effort captures Dylan behind the scenes transitioning from folk hero to urbane rock icon. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Classics Collector
Blind bought this, very happy I did. The presentation is top notch and the film is better than I could have hoped for. What an amazing addition to my collection!Published 15 months ago by Anthony Marano