I’m Not There
I’m Not There

I am Not There is a 2007 musical drama movie directed by Todd Haynes, and co-written by Haynes and Oren Moverman. It’s an unconventional biographical movie impressed by the life and music of American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. Six actors depict completely different sides of Dylan’s public personas: Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Marcus Carl Franklin, Richard Gere, Heath Ledger (his remaining movie to be launched throughout his lifetime), and Ben Whishaw. A caption at first of the movie declares it to be “impressed by the music and the various lives of Bob Dylan”; that is the one point out of Dylan within the movie other than tune credit, and his solely look in it’s live performance footage from 1966 proven throughout the movie’s remaining moments.

The movie tells its story utilizing non-traditional narrative strategies, intercutting the storylines of seven completely different Dylan-inspired characters. The title of the movie is taken from the 1967 Dylan Basement Tape recording of “I am Not There”, a tune that had not been formally launched till it appeared on the movie’s soundtrack album. The movie acquired a usually favorable response for its performing, directing, and musical rating, and appeared on a number of high ten movies lists for 2007, topping the lists for The Village Voice, Leisure Weekly, Salon, and The Boston Globe. Specific reward went to Cate Blanchett for her efficiency, culminating in a Volpi Cup for Finest Actress from the Venice Movie Pageant, the Golden Globe Award for Finest Supporting Actress, together with an Academy Award for Finest Supporting Actress nomination.


I am Not There makes use of a nonlinear narrative, shifting between six characters in separate storylines “impressed by the music and lots of lives of Bob Dylan”. Every character represents a unique side of Dylan’s public persona: poet (Arthur Rimbaud), prophet (Jack Rollins/Father John), outlaw (Billy McCarty), faux (Woody Guthrie), “rock and roll martyr” (Jude Quinn), and “star of electrical energy” (Robbie Clark).

Manufacturing notes printed by distributor The Weinstein Firm clarify that the movie “dramatizes the life and music of Bob Dylan as a collection of shifting personae, every carried out by a unique actor—poet, prophet, outlaw, faux, star of electrical energy, rock and roll martyr, born-again Christian—seven identities braided collectively, seven organs pumping by means of one life story.”[3]

Arthur Rimbaud

19-year-old Arthur Rimbaud is questioned by interrogators. His cryptic responses are interspersed all through the movie, together with remarks on fatalism, the character of poets, “seven easy guidelines for all times in hiding,” and chaos.

Woody Guthrie

In 1959, an 11-year-old African American boy calling himself Woody Guthrie is freighthopping by means of the Midwestern United States. Carrying a guitar in a case bearing the slogan “this machine kills fascists”, he performs blues music and sings about subjects resembling commerce unionism. One African American lady advises him to sing concerning the problems with his personal time as a substitute. Woody is attacked by hobos and practically drowns, however is rescued by a white couple who take him in. They’re impressed along with his musical abilities, however Woody runs off after they obtain a phone name from a juvenile corrections middle in Minnesota telling them he’s an escaped fugitive. Upon studying that the actual Woody Guthrie is deathly ailing, Dylan travels to New Jersey to go to Guthrie within the hospital.

Jack Rollins/Father John

The profession of folks musician Jack Rollins is framed as a documentary movie, advised by interviewees together with folks singer Alice Fabian. Jack turns into a star of the Greenwich Village folks scene within the early Sixties, praised by followers for his protest songs. He indicators to Columbia Information, however in 1963, simply because the Vietnam Conflict is escalating, he stops singing protest songs and turns away from folks music, believing that neither impacts actual social or political change. Following the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Jack will get drunk at a ceremony the place he’s receiving an award from a civil rights group. Remarking in his acceptance speech that he noticed one thing of himself in Kennedy’s murderer Lee Harvey Oswald, he’s booed and derided by the viewers. He goes into hiding, and in 1974 enters a bible examine course in Stockton, California, and emerges a born once more Christian, denouncing his previous and turning into an ordained minister performing gospel music below the title “Father John”.

Robbie Clark

Robbie Clark is a 22-year-old actor who performs Jack Rollins within the 1965 biographical movie Grain of Sand. Throughout filming in Greenwich Village in January 1964, he falls in love with French artist Claire, they usually quickly marry. Grain of Sand is a success and Robbie turns into a star, however their relationship is strained and Claire observes Robbie flirting with different girls. She is especially offended when, throughout an argument in 1968 over whether or not the evils of the world may be modified, he opines that ladies can by no means be poets. Finally Robbie strikes out of their home, then goes to London for 4 months to movie a thriller and has an affair along with his feminine co-star. Richard Nixon’s January 1973 announcement of the Paris Peace Accords evokes Claire to ask for a divorce. She positive factors custody of their two daughters, however permits Robbie to take them on a boating journey.

Jude Quinn

Jude Quinn is a well-liked former folks singer whose efficiency with a full band and electrical guitars at a New England jazz and folks pageant outrages his followers, who accuse him of promoting out. Travelling to London, Jude is requested by journalist Keenan Jones if he has turn out to be disillusioned or thinks folks music has failed to attain its objectives of sociopolitical change. Jude is attacked by a lodge worker, hangs out with The Beatles, encounters his former lover Coco Rivington, and meets poet Allen Ginsberg, who means that Jude “bought out to God.” Interviewing Jude, Keenan notes that Jude’s songs are getting used as recruitment instruments by the Black Panther Social gathering and opines that Jude refuses to really feel deeply about something whereas concurrently being very self-conscious; Jude is offended and walks out of the interview. At a live performance performing “Ballad of a Skinny Man”, Jude is booed and known as a “Judas” by the viewers. Keenan reveals on tv that, regardless of his claims of a rough-and-tumble vagabond previous, Jude is definitely Aaron Jacob Edelstein, the suburban, middle-class, educated son of a Brookline, Massachusetts division retailer proprietor. Confronted with a protracted string of upcoming European tour dates, Jude spirals into drug use and is killed in a motorbike accident.

Billy McCarty

Outlaw Billy McCarty, believed to have been killed by Pat Garrett, lives in hiding in rural Riddle, Missouri. Studying that Commissioner Garrett plans to demolish the city to construct a freeway, which has prompted a number of townspeople to commit suicide, Billy confronts Garrett. Garrett acknowledges Billy because the outlaw Billy the Child and has him thrown in jail. He’s damaged out by his good friend Homer and hops right into a boxcar on a passing practice, the place he finds Woody’s guitar. As he rides away, he remarks on the character of freedom and id.

The movie concludes with footage of Dylan enjoying a harmonica solo throughout a reside efficiency in 1966.[4]


Most important solid

These six characters symbolize completely different elements of Dylan’s life and music.[5][6]

  • Christian Bale as Jack Rollins/Pastor John. Jack Rollins depicts Dylan throughout his acoustic, “protest” section which incorporates The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan and The Occasions They Are a-Changin’. Rollins’s speech mentioning Lee Harvey Oswald quotes from a speech Dylan made when receiving the Tom Paine Award from the Nationwide Emergency Civil Liberties Committee in December 1963.[7] Pastor John embodies Dylan’s “born-again” interval when he recorded Sluggish Prepare Coming and Saved.
  • Cate Blanchett as Jude Quinn. Quinn “carefully follows Dylan’s mid-sixties adventures” and his “harmful recreation propels him into existential breakdown.”[3] Quinn is an embodiment of Dylan in 1965–66, when he controversially performed electrical guitar on the Newport People Pageant and toured the UK with a band and was booed.[8] This section of Dylan’s life was documented by D. A. Pennebaker within the movie Eat the Doc.[9] Quinn is seen at a folks pageant performing a rock model of “Maggie’s Farm” to outraged folks music followers; Dylan carried out this tune on the Newport People Pageant in 1965, which provoked booing and controversy.[10] A few of the questions Quinn is requested at a London press convention are quotes from Dylan’s KQED press convention in San Francisco in December 1965.[11][12] The sped-up movie velocity within the scene of Quinn gambolling with The Beatles echoes the model of Richard Lester’s depiction in A Exhausting Day’s Evening.[13] Quinn’s reply, “How can I reply that should you’ve received the nerve to ask me?”, to Bruce Greenwood’s character comes from the same response Dylan made to a reporter from Time journal in Dont Look Again, Pennebaker’s documentary about Dylan’s 1965 English tour.[14] The scene during which Jude is named “Judas” by an viewers member relies on a Might 17, 1966, live performance in Manchester, captured on Dylan’s album Reside 1966. The Jude Quinn character’s demise displays a critical bike accident Dylan had in 1966.[15]
  • Marcus Carl Franklin as Woody. This character refers to Dylan’s youthful obsession with folks singer Woody Guthrie.[16] The slogan “This machine kills fascists” on Woody’s guitar case mimics a label Guthrie famously had on his guitar.[17]
  • Richard Gere as Billy the Child. Billy refers to Dylan enjoying the function of Alias in Sam Peckinpah’s 1973 western Pat Garrett and Billy the Child.[18][19] The Billy character’s remaining monologue within the movie echoes remarks Dylan made in a 1997 interview with David Gates of Newsweek: “I do not assume I am tangible to myself. I imply, I believe one factor in the present day and I believe one other factor tomorrow. I modify throughout the course of a day. I wake and I am one individual, and after I fall asleep I do know for sure I am any individual else. I do not know who I’m more often than not. It would not even matter to me.”[20]
  • Heath Ledger as Robbie Clark, an actor who portrays Jack Rollins in a biographical movie and turns into as well-known because the individual he portrays; he experiences the stresses of a disintegrating marriage, reflecting Dylan’s private life across the time of 1975’s Blood on the Tracks. The scene during which Robbie and Claire run romantically by means of the streets of New York re-enacts the duvet of the 1963 album The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan which depicts Dylan arm in arm along with his then-girlfriend Suze Rotolo in Greenwich Village.[21][22] Dylan was divorced from his first spouse, Sara Dylan, in June 1977 and the divorce concerned court docket battles over the custody of their youngsters.[23] In his manufacturing notes, Haynes wrote that Robbie and Claire’s relationship is “doomed to a protracted cussed protraction (not not like Vietnam, which it parallels).”[6]
  • Ben Whishaw as Arthur Rimbaud. Rimbaud is depicted as a person being questioned and responding with quotes from Dylan’s interviews and writings. Dylan wrote in his autobiography Chronicles that he was influenced by Rimbaud’s outlook.[24]

Supporting solid

  • Charlotte Gainsbourg as Claire Clark, spouse of Robbie Clark (a illustration of Sara Dylan and Suze Rotolo)[6][13]
  • David Cross as Allen Ginsberg
  • Eugene Brotto as Peter Orlovsky
  • Bruce Greenwood as Keenan Jones, a fictional reporter who investigates Jude Quinn, and Pat Garrett, nemesis of Billy the Child. The title “Keenan Jones” echoes Dylan’s tune “Ballad of a Skinny Man” with its refrain: “One thing is going on right here/ And you do not know what it’s, do you Mr. Jones?” The character’s revelation of Jude’s previous relies on a hostile profile of Dylan printed within the October 1963 problem of Newsweek, revealing that he was initially named Robert Zimmerman and implying that he had lied about his middle-class origins.[25]
  • Julianne Moore as Alice Fabian, a singer who resembles Joan Baez[6][26]
  • Michelle Williams as Coco Rivington. The outline of Rivington as “Andy’s new chook” suggests this character is modelled on Edie Sedgwick, a socialite and actress inside Andy Warhol’s circle.[4][13]
  • Mark Camacho as Norman, the supervisor of Jude Quinn, primarily based on Albert Grossman, Dylan’s supervisor till 1970.[4]
  • Benz Antoine as Bobby Seale, the Black Panther chief, and Rabbit Brown
  • Craig Thomas as Huey Newton, the Black Panther chief. Newton and Seale listened “obsessively” to Dylan’s tune “Ballad of a Skinny Man” whereas placing collectively the primary problem of the Black Panther newspaper in 1967.[27]
  • Richie Havens as Previous Man Arvin
  • Kim Roberts as Mrs. Arvin
  • Kris Kristofferson as The Narrator
  • Don Francks as Hobo Joe
  • Vito DeFilippo and Susan Glover as Mr. and Mrs. Peacock, a middle-class couple who take “Woody Guthrie” in after a near-drowning incident
  • Paul Spence as Homer, Billy the Child’s good friend

Richard Gere, Todd Haynes, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Heath Ledger on the sixty fourth Venice Worldwide Movie Pageant, September 2007.



Todd Haynes and his producer, Christine Vachon, approached Dylan’s supervisor, Jeff Rosen, to acquire permission to make use of Dylan’s music and to fictionalize components of Dylan’s life. Rosen urged that Haynes ought to ship a one-page synopsis of his movie for submission to Dylan. Rosen suggested Haynes to not use the phrase “genius” or “voice of a technology”.[6][28] The web page Haynes submitted started with a quote from Arthur Rimbaud: “I is another person”, after which continued:

If a movie have been to exist during which the breadth and flux of a artistic life might be skilled, a movie that would open up, versus consolidating, what we predict we already know strolling in, it might by no means be inside the tidy arc of a grasp narrative. The construction of such a movie must be a fractured one, with quite a few openings and a large number of voices, with its prime technique being considered one of refraction, not condensation. Think about a movie splintered between seven separate faces – outdated males, younger males, girls, youngsters – every standing in for areas in a single life.[6]

Dylan gave Haynes permission to proceed along with his venture. Haynes developed his screenplay with author Oren Moverman. In the midst of writing, Haynes has acknowledged that he grew to become unsure whether or not he might efficiently carry off a movie which intentionally confused biography with fantasy in such an excessive method. In accordance with the account of the movie that Robert Sullivan printed within the New York Occasions: “Haynes known as Jeff Rosen, Dylan’s proper hand, who was watching the deal-making however staying out of the scriptwriting. Rosen, he stated, advised him to not fear, that it was simply his personal loopy model of what Dylan is.”[6]

In a touch upon why six actors have been employed to painting completely different sides of Dylan’s character, Haynes wrote:

The minute you attempt to seize maintain of Dylan, he is not the place he was. He is like a flame: In the event you attempt to maintain him in your hand you may certainly get burned. Dylan’s lifetime of change and fixed disappearances and fixed transformations makes you yearn to carry him, and to nail him down. And that is why his fan base is so obsessive, so desirous of discovering the reality and the absolutes and the solutions to him – issues that Dylan won’t ever present and can solely frustrate. … Dylan is tough and mysterious and evasive and irritating, and it solely makes you establish with him all of the extra as he skirts id.[29]

An extra Dylan-based character named Charlie, primarily based on Charlie Chaplin, was dropped earlier than filming started. Haynes described him as “a bit of tramp, coming to Greenwich Village and performing feats of magic and being an arbiter of peace between the beats and the folkies.”[30]

Grain of Sand

The movie inside a movie, Grain of Sand, shouldn’t be solely essential for the plot of I am Not There but in addition for the movie’s connection to Bob Dylan’s life. Larry Gross means that Grain of Sand actor Robbie could be the movie’s most correct portrayal of Dylan regardless of being “a fictional actor enjoying a fictional different model of an actual individual” due to his tumultuous relationship with Claire.[31] Gross additionally notes parallels between Robbie and Claire’s finally failed marriage and Dylan’s relationship with Suze Rotolo, claiming that Claire’s character appears to be a portrayal of Rotolo, particularly contemplating the shot in I am Not There that mimicks the photograph of Rotolo and Dylan on the duvet of The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan.[31]


Principal images befell in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.[6] Music pageant scenes have been filmed in Chambly, Quebec in the summertime of 2006.[32]


The movie options quite a few songs by Dylan, carried out by Dylan and in addition recordings by different artists. The songs characteristic as each foreground—carried out by artists on digital camera (e.g. “Goin’ to Acapulco”, “Urgent On”)—and background accompaniment to the motion. A notable non-Dylan tune within the film is “(I am Not Your) Steppin’ Stone” by The Monkees, which performs within the background of a celebration scene set in London.


In January 2007, The Weinstein Firm acquired U.S distribution rights to the movie.[33] I am Not There had its world premiere on the Telluride Movie Pageant on August 31, 2007.[34] The movie went onto display on the Toronto Worldwide Movie Pageant,[35] London Movie Pageant,[36] and the New York Movie Pageant.[37] The movie opened in restricted launch in the US on November 21, 2007.[38] It was then launched in Germany on February 28, 2008, by Tobis Movie.[39]

Dwelling media

I am Not There was launched on DVD as a 2-disc particular version on Might 6, 2008.[40] The DVD particular options embrace audio commentary from Haynes, deleted scenes, featurettes, a music video, audition tapes for sure solid members, trailers, and a Bob Dylan filmography and discography.[40]


Vital response

I am Not There acquired usually optimistic critiques from critics. On evaluate aggregator web site Rotten Tomatoes, the movie has a 77{ae90547d17d4d74b17007ee836a04674fd006933c139011dc78eb03c100070a7} approval ranking primarily based on 162 critiques, with a median ranking of seven.06 out of 10. The location’s important consensus states: “I am Not Theres distinctive enhancing, visuals, and a number of gifted actors portraying Bob Dylan make for a deliciously unconventional expertise. Every phase brings a brand new and contemporary tackle Dylan’s life.”[41] On Metacritic, the movie has a weighted common rating of 73 out of 100, primarily based on 35 critiques.[42]

Writing in The Chronicle of Larger Schooling, Anthony DeCurtis wrote that casting six completely different actors, together with a lady and an African-American baby, to play Dylan was “a preposterous concept, the form of self-consciously ‘audacious’—or reassuringly multi-culti—gambit that, as an illustration, doomed the Broadway musical primarily based on the life and music of John Lennon. But in I am Not There, the technique works brilliantly.” He particularly praised Blanchett:

Her efficiency is a surprise, and never just because, as Jude Quinn, she inhabits the twitchy, amphetamine-fired Dylan of 1965–66 with unnerving accuracy. Casting a lady on this function reveals a dimension to the acerbic Dylan of this period that has hardly ever been famous … Blanchett’s translucent pores and skin, delicate fingers, slight construct, and pleading eyes all counsel the beforehand invisible vulnerability and worry that fueled Dylan’s lacerating anger. It is exhausting to think about that any male actor, or any less-gifted feminine actor for that matter, might have lent such wealthy texture to the function.[43]

A number of critics praised Blanchett’s efficiency because the mid-Sixties Dylan. Newsweek journal described Blanchett as “so convincing and intense that you just shrink again in your seat when she fixes you together with her gaze.”[44] The Charlotte Observer known as Blanchett “miraculously near the 1966 Dylan.”[45]

Todd McCarthy of Selection, concluded that the movie was well-made, however was finally a speciality occasion for Dylan followers, with little mainstream enchantment. He wrote: “Dylan freaks and students may have probably the most enjoyable with I am Not There, and there’ll inevitably be innumerable dissertations on the methods Haynes has each mirrored and distorted actuality, mined and manipulated the biographical document and in any other case had a discipline day with the necessities, in addition to the esoterica, of Dylan’s life. All of this can serve to inflate the movie’s significance by ignoring its lack of extra basic accessibility. Ultimately, it is a specialists’ occasion.”[5] For Roger Ebert, the movie was pleasing cinematically, but by no means sought to resolve the enigmas of Dylan’s life and work: “Coming away from I am Not There, we’ve got, to begin with, heard some nice music … We have seen six gifted actors challenged by enjoying sides of a whole man. We have seen a daring try at biography as collage. We have remained baffled by the Richard Gere cowboy sequence, which does not appear to know its function. And we’ve got been left not one step nearer to comprehending Bob Dylan, which is accurately.”[26]

Dylan’s response

In September 2012, Dylan commented on I am Not There in an interview printed in Rolling Stone. When journalist Mikal Gilmore requested Dylan whether or not he preferred the movie, he responded: “Yeah, I believed it was all proper. Do you assume that the director was anxious that individuals would perceive it or not? I do not assume he cared one bit. I simply assume he needed to make a great film. I believed it seemed good, and people actors have been unbelievable.”[46]

High ten lists

The movie appeared on a number of critics’ lists of the highest ten movies of 2007.


  • Academy Awards:
    • Finest Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett, nominee)[49]
  • British Academy Movie Awards
    • Finest Actress in a Supporting Position (Cate Blanchett, nominee)
  • Broadcast Movie Critics:
    • Finest Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett, nominee)
  • Central Ohio Movie Critics:
    • Finest Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett, winner)
  • Chicago Movie Critics:
    • Finest Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett, winner)
  • Golden Globe Awards:
    • Finest Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett, winner)
  • Impartial Spirit Awards
    • Finest Movie (nominee)
    • Finest Director (Todd Haynes, nominee)
    • Finest Supporting Actor (Marcus Carl Franklin, nominee)
    • Finest Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett, winner)
    • Robert Altman Award (Todd Haynes, Laura Rosenthal, Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Marcus Carl Franklin, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Richard Gere, Bruce Greenwood, Heath Ledger and Ben Whishaw, winner)
  • Las Vegas Movie Critics:
    • Finest Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett, winner)
  • Los Angeles Movie Critics:
    • Finest Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett, runner-up)
  • New York Movie Critics Circle:
    • Finest Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett, runner-up)
  • New York Movie Critics On-line:
    • Finest Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett, winner)
  • Nationwide Society of Movie Critics:
    • Finest Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett, winner)
  • Nilsson Awards for Movie
    • Finest Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett, winner)
    • Finest Cinematography
    • Finest Compiled Soundtrack
  • Satellite tv for pc Awards:
    • Finest Actress – Comedy or Musical (Cate Blanchett, nominee)
  • Display Actors Guild (SAG):
    • Finest Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett, nominee)
  • Southeastern Movie Critics:
    • Finest Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett, runner-up)
  • Venice Movie Pageant:
    • CinemAvvenire Award – Finest Movie (winner)
    • Golden Lion (Todd Haynes, nominee)
    • Particular Jury Prize (Todd Haynes, winner)[50]
    • Volpi Cup Finest Actress (Cate Blanchett, winner)[51]


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Additional studying

  • Scott, A. O. (November 21, 2007). “One other Facet of Bob Dylan, and One other, and One other …” The New York Occasions. Retrieved March 29, 2014.
  • Wilkins, Kim (February 2017). ““I do not know who I’m more often than not”: Constructed Id in Todd Haynes’ I am Not There”. Movie Criticism. 41 (1). doi:10.3998/fc.13761232.0041.103.

  • I am Not There at IMDb
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  • “This Is Not a Bob Dylan Film” (The New York Occasions)

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