LOOK BACK, DON'T LOOK BACK
The Bob Dylan of D.A. Pennebaker's <i>Don</i>'<i>t Look Back </i>had wit, charisma, energy. He was nervous, subversive, and stupid. Fascinated by the mysterious power of the film, obsessed with the image of Dylan, two student filmmakers pick up a camera and head to New York on a quest: to meet Dylan himself.