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Ladies and Gentlemen, Mr. Leonard Cohen (1965)

National Film Board of Canada Donald Owen teamed with NFB producer Donald Brittain for an imaginative profile of Montreal poet Leonard Cohen.

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Donald Brittain Donald Brittain ... Himself
Leonard Cohen ... Himself
Robert Hirschhorn Robert Hirschhorn ... Himself (friend)
Irving Layton Irving Layton ... Himself (poet)
Derek May Derek May ... Himself (friend)
Mort Rosengarten Mort Rosengarten ... Himself (friend)
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National Film Board of Canada Donald Owen teamed with NFB producer Donald Brittain for an imaginative profile of Montreal poet Leonard Cohen.

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Canada

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English | French | Greek

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16 February 1966 (USA) See more »

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Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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My guardian angel
8 October 2006 | by karl_consiglioSee all my reviews

From what I gather in this documentary he was not even a renowned singer and musician yet by which the world knows him today and yet he was already a star. Here we got Cohen the novelist and poet and ever wanderer like a little boy, although he already had his share of admirers. I love this guy very much. He is a living genius. The soul can always relate to Cohen. He is fit enough to write an extension to the Bible. Cohen is my guardian angel and teacher, guru and mentor, there is something of an oracle in his voice. What makes him so great is his honesty. That is also what drives the ladies mad about him too. cohen's work however is not just simply romantic. It reaches certain depths which in the modern day love song is nowhere to be found.


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