I'm Not There

I'm Not There
I'm Not There




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You might have seen films before where a character is played by two actors - one portraying them as a child, and another as an adult. But I'm Not There is probably the only film when the lead character is played by six different actors - most of who bear absolutely no resemblance to the real person the story is about! Then again, singer Bob Dylan, the subject of this highly original biopic, was never exactly conventional - often shocking his own fans as his protest songs made him one of the biggest musicians of the 1960s. With the star played by performers as different (and seemingly un-Dylan like) as young African-American actor Marcus Carl Franklin and actress Cate Blanchett (both of whom are great), this is hardly your average rock biopic - but it's one that's well worth making time for.


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Contains strong language, moderate nudity and sex references

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