Director Martin Scorsese is planning to release in 2019, a new documentary about the life of a rock musician Bob Dylan.
This was reported by Variety magazine.
According to the publication, the future picture will be called “Rolling Thunder Revue” in honor of the eponymous concert tour Dylan. In addition to interviews with the musician, the film is based on archival footage of his performances and conversations with colleagues Dylan, in particular, Joan Baez, Patti Smith and Roger Mcguinnes. The rights to show the film, according to the magazine, has already acquired the video service Netflix. The plot has not been disclosed.
“Rolling Thunder Revue” will be the second Scorsese film about Dylan. In 2005 he made the film “No way back”, which told about the first steps of a young musician: on arrival in new York in 1961 to the motorcycle accident, which happened in 1966.
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