No Direction Home

No Direction Home

Bob Dylan

DVD - 2005
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Bonus features including never before seen footage and rare concert performances by Bob Dylan. Includes everyone's prolific favorites: 'Like a Rolling Stone, ' 'Blowing In The Wind, ' 'Mr. Tamborine Man' & others. Directed by Martin Scorsese.
Publisher: Hollywood, Calif. : Paramount Home Entertainment, c2005.
Edition: Full screen version
ISBN: 9781415713907
1415713901
9781415713891
1415713898
Branch Call Number: DVD 782.4216 DYLAN B
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (approximately 102 min.) : sound, color & black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
Additional Contributors: Dylan, Bob 1941-
Alternative Title: Bob Dylan

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LPL_IlkaI Jul 09, 2017

No Direction Home is a suitable documentary regarding a specific time in Bob Dylan's career from 1961 to 1966. Director Martin Scorsese does a great job of pooling press conference and live concert footage together to create a dynamic narrative. I feel his directing style is put to better use wit... Read More »


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LPL_IlkaI Jul 09, 2017

No Direction Home is a suitable documentary regarding a specific time in Bob Dylan's career from 1961 to 1966. Director Martin Scorsese does a great job of pooling press conference and live concert footage together to create a dynamic narrative. I feel his directing style is put to better use with his 1978 film, The Last Waltz, about The Band's final concert in 1976. (However, if you are looking for a real inside look into that time period for Dylan, D. A. Pennebaker's Dont Look Back is the ultimate winner in my book!) With No Direction Home, you will not only have serious empathy for Bob Dylan's mindset, but seek out every album from that time period or so was the case for me. Enjoy!

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breemu
Feb 06, 2017

No mention of Dylan's heavy drug use, his supposed motorcycle accident, nor his many wives and girlfriends. A monosyllabic and utterly walled off interview with Dylan, chopped into 30 second installations and sprinkled here and there throughout. I've no prior knowledge of the man - his music never appealed to me - but he doesn't come across as a very nice guy, or interested in the well being of others, at all.

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books4jewel
Dec 22, 2014

What a great documentary about such a great legend. I can't imagine any Bob Dylan fans not enjoying this. I would have liked to hear and see even more of Bob being interviewed, but this DVD is really good. Bob truly is an entity all on his own.

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Robin66
Nov 26, 2013

A must for Dylan fans. Lots of new material, very well put together by no other than Martin Scorsese.

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