"No Direction Home: Bob Dylan" is barely above average documentary because it doesn't really offer anything new for those already familiar with the legendary artist. Also Pete Seeger, the composer and co-writer of "Where Have All The Flowers Gone", is interviewed and the documentary reveals some interesting facts regarding one incident between him and young Bob Dylan."
sunset96 added this to a list 2 years, 11 months ago
"500 Greatest Songs of all time!
Only 7 songs are not in the English language:
6 from Pakistani artists in the Urdu language and 1 Mexican song (La Bamba)
The songs are mainly from the 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's and a few from 2000's. Prior 40's, only few are selected with just one from the 20's (Crazy Blues)"
lopinho added this to a list 3 years, 7 months ago
"Moniulotteinen ja Scorsesen dokkarien tapaan hyvin kattava. Etenkin Newportin festivaalin aikainen kuvamateriaali ja kaikki tämän goes electric-hässäkän ympärille sijoittuvan polemiikin kuvaukset ovat teoksen parasta antia."
"While the successful I’m Not There featured Dylan’s multi-faceted persona, this 3-hour long documentary is a lot more “inside” because it created a myth out of reality. Insiders into Dylan’s career play like testimonies in court with Dylan’s public performances as major exhibits. And it’s directed by Martin Scorsese for chrissakes. "