I had been hunting down a copy of Martin Scorese's documentary of Bob Dylan, No Direction Home: Bob Dylan for nearly a month yet it had always been rented. Finally the day came where it was in-stock, I came back home from dinner placed the movie in at 1am suspecting I'd only watch an hour or two of it. I stayed up the whole duration of the film.
There is not a single aspect of the film that either irritates me or pushes me away from the film. It gives you a first hand look at the life of Bob Dylan in his youth but focuses on his prime between the years of 1962-1966. Although the movie ends abruptly after its three hour and forty-eight minute duriation you feel some what more important and upset that the masterpiece has ended.
It is an extremely important movie that all Scorese or Dylan fans most observe.
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