Cate Blanchett, Ben Whishaw, Christian Bale, Richard Gere, Marcus Carl Franklin, Heath Ledger, Kris Kirstifferson, Don Francks, Roc LaFortune
|Screenplay||Todd Haynes, Oren Moverman|
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital|
|Produced by||Killer Films, John Wells Productions, John Goldwyn Productions, Endgame Entertainment, Film & Entertainment VIP Medienfonds 4, Grey Water Park Productions, Rising Star, Wells Productions|
|Genre||Biography, drama, musical|
|Nudity||Brief, low impact|
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What the Critics say
|Cape Argus / The Star|
Ian Nathan WEIRD, BRILLIANT, EXTRAORDINARY, AWKWARD AND FASCINATING
|Chicago Sunday Times|
Roger Ebert Coming away from I'm Not There, we have, first of all, heard some great music (Dylan surprisingly authorized use of his songs both on his own recordings and performed by others). We've seen six gifted actors challenged by playing facets of a complete man. We've seen a daring attempt at biography as collage. We've remained baffled by the Richard Gere cowboy sequence, which doesn't seem to know its purpose. And we have been left not one step closer to comprehending Bob Dylan, which is as it should be.
James Berardinelli Dylan fans will love it for the music, but that's about all the production has going for it. In the end, many viewers will leave with two impressions: the music is as good as it always has been and Dylan is a bigger @sshole than one might have suspected.
Peter Travers It's a feast for the eyes, the ears and the Dylanologist scratching around our minds and hearts. And, get this, never once does Haynes mention the name of the mesmeric changeling at his film's center.
Tomatometer I'm Not There is a deliciously unconventional experience.
What the People say
7439 Netizens Incredible Film
Average .. 74%