Sunday, November 25, 2007

I'm Not There

Just saw the new movie, I'm Not There"-last night. I can tell it's going to be one of those movies I feel the need to see again in the theatre. Being a long time huge Dylan fan, I was a little skeptical at first, about how this film was going to play out. Different people playing him, Cate Blanchett? What? (Meanwhile, she was pretty much the best Bob in the film) But after seeing it, it was like, oh of course-How else could it be portrayed? He's such a famous and intricate character, what one actor could really portray all of him anyway-and why would we want just another straightforward biography----so Thank you Todd Haynes for getting the job done-I enjoyed it-and now I feel like only listening to Bob Dylan music- Pretty funny, when I think back to being about five years old, and my mother (also a huge Dylan fan) had just purchased Blood on The Tracks-I was a little scared of Bob back then, especially when she would blare Idiot Wind at volume 10-and I would slam my door--it only took about 10 or 12 years for me to appreciate the meaning of that song. And then I developed a deep love for exactly what I was afraid of as a little kid-Thanks Mom-and Bob---


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