PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Music
A singer, whose career has gone on a downward spiral, is forced to make a comeback to the performance stage for a benefit concert.
Bob Dylan and Larry Charles used pseudonyms for the screenplay because of the film's title.
I was always a singer and maybe no more then that. Sometimes it's not enough to know the meaning of things, sometimes we have to know what things don't mean as well. Like what does it mean to not know what the person you love is capable of? Things ...
When Jack Fate is talking to Tom Friend in his dressing room, his jacket jumps from his hands to the wall between shots before he takes it down again and makes to put it on.
There are many different versions of this film, according to director Larry Charles, including a 3 hour version.
$30,783 (USA) (27 July 2003)
$533,344 (USA) (14 December 2003)
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