V’18: OCTOBER 25 – NOVEMBER 8, 2018

65 REVISITED

V' 08

65 REVISITED

D.A. (Donn Alan) Pennebaker
USA, 1965, 2007
65min, OF

65 REVISITED

D.A. (Donn Alan) Pennebaker
USA, 1965, 2007
, 65min, OF

Actors: 
Bob Dylan
Albert Grossman
Bob Neuwirth
Joan Baez
Alan Price
Tito Burns
Camera: 
Howard Alk
Jones Alk
Ed Emshwiller
D.A. Pennebaker
Editor: 
Walker Lamond
D.A. Pennebaker

Production: 
Pennebaker-Hedegus 262 West 91st Street New York, NY 10024, USA T 212 496 9195 F 212 496 8195
World Sales: 
Distribution in Austria: 
SONY BMG Schönbrunner Straße 108, 1050 Wien info.at@sonybmg.at
Format: 
Video (Digi Beta)
Black/White

The great relief of 65 Revisited - which pulls together never-released footage shot for his documentary Dont Look Back - is that this time you can hear the songs in their entirety. Because Pennebaker wanted Dont Look Back to be about Bob Dylan, not his 1965 British concert tour, he made the somewhat maddening decision to cut down the songs in that first film to tantalizing bits and pieces.
65 Revisited restores some of the abridged and omitted pleasures with onstage performances («It's All Over Now, Baby Blue», «It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)», «It Ain't Me, Babe»), green-room idling («It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry») and a duet with Joan Baez («Laddie»), who always seems to be warbling or smiling at some intensely private joke. One of the film's most suggestive scenes finds Joan Baez asking Dylan if he can «concentrate» long enough to help her with some songs.
A fast 65 minutes, 65 Revisited is best appreciated as an extension of Dont Look Back, a kind of cinematic footnote. Some of the same players appear in both documentaries, including the tour manager, Bob Neuwirth, and Bob Dylan's manager, Albert Grossman, who enlisted Pennebaker to make the first film and served as one of its producers. (Manohla Dargis)

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