No Direction Home: Bob Dylan interviewed

2022-04-12 08:01
The Beat Generation icon, poet Irwin Allen Ginsberg , who was 70 at the time of the interview, had been dead for eight years by the time the film was finally finished. He said in the film that he cried the first time he heard Dylan's song "It's Coming". He said he realized that the torch of the "Beat Generation" had been passed on to a younger generation.
Singer Joan Baez sings "Son of the Virgin Mary" on stage in her first film appearance. Bob Dylan saw her on TV, called her amazing, and said the girl might need a partner. Later, they met. At the Newport Music Festival in 1963, the girl invited him to sing "God is on our side" on the same stage, and they really became partners. Ironically, when Bob Dylan toured the UK two years later, Joan Baez wanted to work with him again, but Bob Dylan steadfastly refused. Bob Dylan rarely compliments others, and in the film, in addition to expressing admiration for his predecessors Woody Guthrie and Johnny Cash, only Joan Baez is highly praised.
Martin Scorsese interviewed many of Bob Dylan's young friends, mostly singers. When the film was recorded, these people were already old. Some of them looked like middle class, some like proletariat, and some like intellectuals. Only Maria Maldau still looks like a singer, a singer trying to catch the tail of youth  .
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  • Westley 2022-04-14 09:01:07

    He's tall and handsome, he sings nicely and can play the guitar

  • Braxton 2022-04-14 09:01:07

    A 3-hour documentary. Personally feel better than if I wasn't there. A lot of original image data. Interspersed with a lot of country, blues, folk songs. A large number of characters visit the real shot. A very pure record of Bob Dylan's half-life musical journey. worth collecting.

No Direction Home: Bob Dylan quotes

  • Bob Johnston: I believe in giving credit where credit's due. I don't think Dylan had a lot to do with it. I think God instead of touching him on the shoulder he kicked him in the ass. Really. And that's where all that came from. He can't help what he's doing. I mean he's got the Holy Spirit about him. You can look at him and tell that.

  • Mickey Jones: People have said to me the word that, uh, he was a traitor to folk music, the *pure* music.

    Bob Dylan: I'd just about had it, though, I'd had it with the whole scene. And, uh, whether I knew it or didn't know it, I was, uh, lookin' to quit for a while.

    unknown: Well, what about the scene? What had you "had it with"? What about the scene were you sick of?

    Bob Dylan: Uh, well, ya know, people like *you*, people like, uh, ya know, just, ya know, like bein' pressed and hammered and, uh, bein' expected to answer questions. It's enough to make anybody sick, really.

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