A resounding example of fictional pretentiousness clearly failed in its formal component, bluntly amateurish. So much stars just to share their presence with the protagonist turns out to be even more awkward, given their ostentatious mock. The musical contribution only, and only, fulfills a poor idea of musical intermezzos. For Bob Dylan fans, which I'm not.
*1/2. Jack -Bob Dylan- Fate portrays a modern poet observing a revolution from the inside. He meets a series of living clichés and soon gets back to the prison he came from. A curiosity, yes. Indispensable: no. Already forgotten.
I honestly did not care at all about the movie, the actors or anything else. I was looking and listening to Dylan, absolutly loved it, have to admit Goodman is a great actor, but It just helped the message of what Bob Dylan's been saying since the Dawn of Time. Want to finish seeing Dylan's 1965 San Francisco Interview.