Martin Scorsese has made a movie about Bob Dylan’s legendary “Rolling Thunder Revue,” which will soon be available on Netflix. The first trailer promises a mix of documentary film and concert, in which the teacher himself has the floor.
In 1975, Bob Dylan toured the United States with Joan Baez, T-Bone Burnett, Roger McGuinn, David Bowie guitarist Mick Ronson, screenwriter Sam Shepard (“Paris, Texas”), and many other musicians, poets, and artists. . Rather than relying on the bombast of rock stars and giant stadiums, the folk rocker played small concerts in manageable-sized venues, the stage shows resembling performances by a circus troupe. On December 8, Dylan gave a benefit concert for the release of “Hurricane” Rubin Carter in front of some 14,000 people at Madison Square Garden. The concert tour is considered a creative milestone in Dylan’s work.
Film legend Martin Scorsese addresses this tour and its initiator in the documentary of the same name “Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story By Martin Scorsese,” which will contain previously unreleased material, concert recordings and interviews with those who are still alive. Including a conversation with Bob Dylan himself, Scorsese, who is also working on the gangster epic “The Irishman” for Netflix, devoted himself to Dylan in the documentary “No Direction Home.” You can watch the trailer for his new Dylan movie on these lines.
“Rolling Thunder Revue” will be released on June 12, 2019 on Netflix.
New to Netflix in June 2019