R | | Drama
Bob Dylan on tour with the Rolling Thunder Revue in 1975; concert footage, documentary interviews and bizarre improvised character scenes.
The clips of "Tangled Up In Blue" and "Isis" can be found on the 2002 Bonus DVD that came with 'The Bootleg Series Vol. 5: Bob Dylan Live 1975, The Rolling Thunder Revue.'
The Truck Driver:
Why are you so much in a hurry? Is the law after you?
Renaldo: I am the law!
The opening credits end with a title card reading "A Film by BOB DYLAN" directed after he is credited as writer and director. The closing credits are divided in three sections, separated by wide time gaps, played over a different artist, soul singer Hal Frazier, performing "In The Morning", a song written by Barry Gibb.
Originally released at 292 minutes (yes, that's almost five hours!). After dismal box office returns, Dylan shortened the film to 122 minutes removing almost all of the narrative storyline and leaving mostly concert footage.