Mit einem Mix aus Fakten und Fiktion blickt Martin Scorsese zurück auf Bob Dylans Rolling Thunder Revue Tour von und ein Land kurz vor einer. Dieser `Pseudodokumentarfilm' erzählt die Geschichte der USA in den er-Jahren, als sich das Land kurz vor einer kulturellen Revolution befand. Im Mittelpunkt ist dabei Bob Dylans Musik, die er im Jahr veröffentlichte. Die Rolling Thunder Revue – benannt nach dem Indianer Rolling Thunder – war eine Konzerttournee einer Gruppe von Musikern, die von Bob Dylan initiiert.
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To pause and linger in the freedom of contradiction. This contradictory history is what Gilbert Seldes celebrates in his brilliant book about nineteenth-century American reformers, The Stammering Century.
Or a criminal could go west and simply become someone else. Herman Melville has Ishmael narrate Moby-Dick as both an outsider and an insider, a mystic and a joker.
In the twentieth century, there was Orson Welles, whose real genius coexisted with his magic tricks and his confidence games—not least among them his very fake The War of the Worlds.
This is the American tradition that Dylan aligns with, as much as he aligns with any tradition. So it makes sense that, after an eight-year retreat from touring and then a moneymaking but stultifying tour of arenas with the Band, he reached back.
Not to the sixties but to the beatniks—poets Allen Ginsberg and Anne Waldman, who both joined the Rolling Thunder tour. And back further, to the radicals of nineteenth-century America, with all its energy, baggage, and legacy.
He started up an old-time revue—ragtag, vagabond, fake in fun ways but real because the music is always percent real in the most important ways.
We get a number of fictional maybe apocryphal is a better word anecdotes from real people, as well as fictional characters, such as a filmmaker, a groupie, and a concert promoter.
Some of the best fakes in this film are already embedded in the archival footage. At one point, Joan Baez dresses up like Bob, and they stand side by side.
She looks even more like Dylan than he does. Baez, as the Woman in White, sits at a bar next to Dylan, and they converse about having married other people.
It is a put-on, a performance, but it is also true. Baez, featured heavily in the present-day interviews, is quite touching in her wry affection for Dylan.
She is also captivating to watch, somehow lovelier as an old woman than she was as a young one. Dylan has never sounded or looked better than he does here.
As astonishing a presence as he was in Dont Look Back or No Direction Home, in Rolling Thunder he seems to have reached a new state of confidence as a performer.
His band, featuring some musicians who played on Desire which was released in January , between the two legs of the Rolling Thunder tour , clearly tightened, loosened, evolved with the energy of performing, so much so that the live versions of the songs in the film exceed their studio counterparts.
Dylan himself sounds like a man at the peak of his gifts, and someone who finally seems comfortable performing live. Here in the small venues of forgotten America, one gig after another, perhaps via the makeup and the theater of the revue, he comes down to earth and connects with his audience.
And Scorsese does dwell on the audiences. The warmth and proximity of the crowd seem to make Dylan expansive, better. Dubbed the "Rolling Thunder Revue", the tour is documented by European filmmaker Stefan Van Dorp who seeks to expose the hedonistic attitude of the people surrounding Dylan and juxtapose it against the nihilistic mood of middle-class America.
Along the way, Larry 'Ratso' Sloman, a reporter sent by Rolling Stone to write about the tour, tries to ingratiate himself into Dylan's inner circle.
A young Sharon Stone is put in charge of costumes after being taken to a show by her mother and becomes convinced the song "Just Like a Woman" was written for her.
Dylan starts to wear Whiteface makeup onstage after violinist Scarlet Rivera takes him to see a Kiss concert. Joan Baez attempts to rekindle her romance with Dylan by singing with him onstage and dressing up in his stage outfit; Dylan visits a Tuscarora Reservation in New York and performs a rendition of " The Ballad of Ira Hayes "; Joni Mitchell joins the tour midway thru and is inspired to write the song "Coyote" about the experience.
After US House of Representatives member Jack Tanner, a close friend of Jimmy Carter , hears Dylan's new song " Hurricane ", it results in a retrial for Rubin "Hurricane" Carter which eventually leads to his release from jail.
The tour comes to a stop in Montreal. Van Dorp states the only reason he agreed to be interviewed for this documentary was to stake his claim over the footage from the tour which makes up the bulk of the film.
Ginsberg encourages the viewer to follow the example of the performers they've witnessed and go on their own journeys of self-discovery. Bob Dylan continues to tour after the Rolling Thunder Revue, playing over 3, shows over the course of 40 years.
The interviewees in the film are given character names in the end credits. Some of the people interviewed were part of the Rolling Thunder Revue, some were not, and some are entirely fictional.
The project came from Dylan's manager, Jeff Rosen, who approached Scorsese with some of the tour's footage shortly after the completion of No Direction Home.
The bulk of the work was done while he was finishing Silence. The film was released by Netflix on June 12, Rolling Thunder Review: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese received director-approved special edition DVD and Blu-ray releases by The Criterion Collection on January 19, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Promotional release poster. Grey Water Park Productions Sikelia Productions. Release date. Running time. Bob Dylan as himself Allen Ginsberg as The Oracle of Delphi Patti Smith as The Punk Poet Martin Von Haselberg as The Filmmaker.
Haselberg plays a character in the movie named Stefan Van Dorp, a European filmmaker who claims to have directed the original footage of the tour for a movie he was making about the spirit of America in the '70s.
Joan Baez  . When rehearsals began, many of the musicians were apparently uninformed about plans for an upcoming tour.
At the same time, Dylan was casually inviting others to join in with the band. According to Stoner, the group rehearsed "for like a day or two — it [was] not really so much a rehearsal as like a jam, tryin' to sort it out.
Meanwhile all these people who eventually became the Rolling Thunder Revue started dropping in. Joan Baez was showing up. Roger McGuinn was there.
They were all there. We had no idea what the purpose for these jams was, except we were being invited to jam.
According to Lou Kemp, a friend of Dylan's who eventually organized the tour, the Rolling Thunder Revue "would go out at night and run into people, and we'd just invite them to come with us.
We started out with a relatively small group of musicians and support people, and we ended up with a caravan.
Ronson was the lead guitarist and arranger in David Bowie 's former backing band, The Spiders from Mars. Another musician invited on the tour was introduced to Dylan on October 22, when Dylan went to see David Blue perform at The Other End.
At the end of Blue's show, Blakley joined Dylan on-stage for a few songs, joined by poet Allen Ginsberg ; afterwards, Dylan extended her an invitation to join the Rolling Thunder Revue.
She initially declined due to prior commitments but eventually changed her mind and appeared at rehearsals two days later. Oh I loved him, right away, just loved him.
He was exactly what I thought he would be like. Funny and mysterious and shy and dear and vulnerable. However, the same day Blakley showed up for rehearsal, Dylan returned to the recording studio to re-record "Hurricane" due to legal concerns involving the song's original lyrics.
On October 23, , owner Mike Porco 's 61st birthday, Dylan and a group of friends took over Gerde's Folk City as the main show was ending.
Dylan and Joan Baez sang " One Too Many Mornings ", followed onstage by Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Eric Andersen , Patti Smith, Arlen Roth , Bette Midler , Buzzy Linhart , Phil Ochs and others.
Dylan and his group brought in lights and cameras and filmed the session, which began well after midnight; a brief scene of Phil Ochs trying to tune Eric Andersen's guitar from open to regular tuning made it into Renaldo and Clara.
A week later, on October 30, the Rolling Thunder Revue played its first concert. Sometime in October, Dylan also contacted an old friend and filmmaker, Howard Alk.
Dylan's ambitions apparently included a film of the tour, and Alk accepted Dylan's offer to shoot the film. When the tour rehearsals were still in progress, Alk reportedly began filming scenes in Greenwich Village for possible inclusion in the film.
While Ginsberg accompanied the tour for most of its run, his planned recitations, as well as some performances by other Revue members, were cut before the opening date to keep the concerts at a manageable length.
On October 30, Dylan held the first Rolling Thunder Revue show at the War Memorial Auditorium in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Intended to contrast with the bombast of his tour with The Band , the first leg of the tour was small, spanning only thirty shows.
The majority of the first Revue was booked at intimate venues, including smaller arenas, theaters and gymnasia; aside from a four-show Canadian leg and the concluding concerts in the New York metropolitan area , the tour's itinerary was entirely confined to New England.
However, the secrecy surrounding the Revue's intended destinations, the new material Dylan was premiering, and the inclusion of Joan Baez on the same bill as Dylan for the first time in a decade ensured prominent media coverage.
On November 2, , the tour stopped at the University of Lowell. Dylan's inspiration for playing Lowell was Jack Kerouac , a pivotal influence on his oeuvre who was born and raised in the city.
Dylan, Beat Generation colleague Ginsberg and various band members visited Kerouac's gravesite. According to Larry Sloman , who documented the tour in On the Road with Bob Dylan , "Onstage it was like a carnival.
Bobby Neuwirth and the back-up band [dubbed 'Guam'] warmed up the audience. Next, Dylan ambled on to do about five songs.
After intermission, the curtain rose to an incredible sight, Bob and Joan, together again after all these years. Dylan and Baez often opened the second half of the show duetting in the dark on " Blowin' in the Wind ".
He was joined by the band for a few numbers, until the finale song, Woody Guthrie 's "This Land Is Your Land," featuring everyone on stage. The dramatic finale of the tour took place on December 8 in Madison Square Garden , where, to an audience of 14,, Dylan performed a benefit concert for imprisoned boxer and Dylan's latest cause, Rubin Carter.
Performers included Roberta Flack , Robbie Robertson , Ronee Blakely , Joan Baez , Joni Mitchell and violinist Scarlet Rivera.
In the audience were a number of key political figures, boxers, and movie stars. It makes me see what a great artist Dylan is. Good job by Scorsese.
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