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Other slice of the time capsule is what 65 Revisited comes down to- a capsule from the 'Don't Look Back' documentary, where Pennebaker place his practically objective 16mm lens on Dylan and what might be considered his crossover period (I tell 'practically' since it's right before his electric switch, which may or may not had happened on the tour, it might've not, I can't tell yet till I listed to the commentary). What's so nice about Pennebaker's movies of Dylan- this shouldn't be considered any more or less than what DLB gave its audience which was unfiltered Zim up on the screen, is that he has the fly-on-the-wall approach. He's just there, and Dylan is just there (or is he?) and aside from the pretty acoustic performances given, we see a Dylan- even more in Revisited arguably- jovial and kidding around. A reporter asks him "What will you be doing in the future?" Dylan says, with a grin, "Sleeping, about 60 years." There are also the moments of downtime with Dylan and Joan Baez in a room improvising some folk tunes, or Baez just softly singing as Dylan goes feverish on the typewriter. The structure also goes a method to represent the structure, if there is any, to traveling on the road, one zone merging into the next, a long continuous chain. At one mission we see Dylan a tiny ambivalent with fans, but who's to tell if he'll meet the same fanatics when he comes to Birmingham, or Sheffield, or some another tiny town? Prophet? Probably not, but with something to tell and sing and play. It's relatively short, but you receive a very cool offering as an additional on the Don't Look Back DVD (or, if you had the chance, for one week only at the IFC in NYC), as there's just a tiny more added to the plate of Dylan-lore, and a look that strips down, if only a bit, the myth-making that surrounded Dylan in the 60s. It's raw documentary film-making at its best.
65 Revisited (2007) **** (out of 4) D.A. Pennebaker took outtake footage from his DON'T LOOK BACK to make this 65 minute documentary, which should be named a sequel to that landmark film.Most of the time when you hear outtakes you just think of material that wasn't nice enough to create it into the current film but that's certainly not the situation here and this film is right on the tag of the original. There's some really wonderful footage here, which contains items with Dylan off the stage. One of the highlights is a stage where Dylan and his buddies go shopping. Of course, if you're a die difficult Bob Dylan fanatic you're going to wish to hear the melody and there are few nice concert performances here. It's All Over Actually Baby Blue and It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) are just two of the terrific performances captured here.65 REVISITED might as well have been named DON'T LOOK BACK PART TWO. If you're a fanatic of the original movie then this here is certainly a gotta see.
This collection of 65-minutes worth of outtakes and musical performances that weren't included in the classic Bob Dylan documentary "Don't Look Back" proves to be just as compelling and substantial as that landmark movie. Director D.A. Pennebaker's stark no-frills fly-on-the-wall approach evokes a bracing sense of raw intimacy and immediacy as we see Dylan and company travel around England, perform songs in concert, and chill out in hotel rooms in between gigs. The concert footage seriously smokes, with Dylan delivering spot-on passionate performances of such terrific songs as "It's All Over Actually Baby Blue" and "It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)." Moreover, the scenes with Dylan either harmonizing with Joan Baez on an impromptu song or going shopping for clothes with his entourage present Dylan at his most laidback and likeable. Perfect stuff.
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