I'm Not There.

I'm Not There.

Six actors portray six personas of music legend Bob Dylan in scenes depicting various stages of his life, chronicling his rise from unknown folksinger to international icon and revealing how Dylan constantly reinvented himself.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   umbrella,   artist,  

Ruminations on the life of Bob Dylan, where six characters embody a different aspect of the musician's life and work. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tim C (ru) wrote: Good Doc! Even cried a single tear at the end, really good tribute

Kiko E (br) wrote: Like Someone In Love is about a Japanese girl named Akiko who works as a call girl at a bar and part time student. This is the Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami's second film made outside of his native Iran. Akiko wants to see her grandma who was in town for the night but was forced to work by her overbearing boss. Her client is an elderly a man in his 80s who translates books. Her pimp respects the old man very much and considers him an important client. The customer seems like a lonely old man who wants someone to have dinner with her more than have sex. The old man meets her fiance arguing with her when he drops her off and assumes he's her grandfather. Her fiance asks for her hand in mariage. There are traces of Yasujiro Ozu in the films themes and pacing. The fiance doesn't know about what she does for money and wonders why she doesn't pick up the phone when he calls her. He finds out and is not too pleased. The movies abrupt and confrontational ending comes as a surprise. I wanted to know more about these characters. It's a movie that leaves you wanting more. Many Abbas Kiarostami's films are open ended like this with no clear resolution.

Sean G (fr) wrote: One of the most entertaining movies I've watched... Humor is in the subtext, so it's not the most riotously funny. But when you appreciate the awkward satire, you love what you see

Lee M (au) wrote: Like a cat nap, it gives us a brief, refreshing dream with little to remember.

Natalie C (ca) wrote: Not bad movie but I wouldn't want to watch it again.

Caitlin L (ag) wrote: Love James Marsden in this movie. They work really well together. Great casting.

ThUg P (mx) wrote: jus lyk d song dil de diya or woteva

Private U (mx) wrote: A great Bollywood film that tugs at the heartstrings. Some fine dance scenes. Excellent performance from Rati Agnihotri who overshadowed Rishi Kapoor.

Rob P (nl) wrote: I've wanted to see this for years, with the anticipated new show coming up. It holds up very well for it's age, and had more to it than I expected. Fun!

Greg W (ru) wrote: the third pix after 1950's 'trio' and 'quartet'

Anne F (jp) wrote: Mad scientist threatens to blow up London with a home-made atomic bomb. Lovely scenes of 1940s London and an interesting insight into the fears about nuclear warfare that extended into my early adulthood.

Hobbie D (it) wrote: Oh dear... so great.