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||IMDB Rating: 8.2/10 from AL votes
||Release: 27 July 1978 (Netherlands) /
||Genre: Documentary, Music
||Director: Mardik Martin,
||Stars: Bob Dylan, Dr. John, Emmylou Harris, Eric Clapton, Garth Hudson, Joni Mitchell, Levon Helm, Neil Diamond, Neil Young, Paul Butterfield, Richard Manuel, Rick Danko, Ringo Starr, Robbie Robertson, The Band
||Synopsis: Thanksgiving, 1976, San Francisco's Winterland: the Band performs its last concert after 16 years on the road. Some numbers they do alone, some songs include guest artists from Ronnie Hawkins (their first boss, when they were the Hawks) to Bob Dylan (their last, when as his backup and as a solo group, they came into their own). Scorsese's camera explores the interactions onstage in the making of music. Offstage, he interviews the Band's five members, focusing on the nature of life on the road. The friendships, the harmonies, the hijinks, and the wear and tear add up to a last waltz. Written by <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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This movie was only a name to me until I saw it last year. Immediately,
I was riveted by everything about it. I've always been a casual fan of
The Band, and of Levon Helm in particular. However, I'd never been
bowled over by Bob Dylan, except as a songwriter, so much of The Band's
work remained unknown to me as well. I wouldn't say I've become a rabid
fan, but I am much more interested in their work, now.
It's a Scorsese film--how could it not be beautifully photographed, but
Scorsese managed a difficult feat: he keeps himself out of the movie,
except as interviewer during those sequences. This is not really
Scorese's vision of a rock concert. It happened mostly organically,
certainly with mistakes, gaffes and grit. This is part of its charm.
There are better singers than the guys in The Band, but few better
musicians. This can be illustrated with Robbie Robertson in the Clapton
song: Clapton's guitar strap comes off and Robertson, with one beat,
picks right up on the solo. It looked planned, but wasn't. Joni
Mitchell was notoriously hard to back up, due to her original guitar
tuning, and ragged song phrasing, but bassist Rick Danko fills in every
space with intricate bass figuring.
Perhaps we have become too accustomed to the overwrought, over-hyped,
overproduced, overexposed, shiny gack that passes for popular music to
appreciate the raw, the imperfect, the sheer humanness of this music.
Scorsese shows it all. The guys in The Band were largely worn out and
sometimes strung out in the interviews. They are tired, scrawny,
empty-eyed from the excesses of the road. Rick Danko is hovering on the
ragged edge, as his band is dissolved, and he says his goal is to "keep
busy." Richard Manuel looks lost as he says "I just want to break
even." These are two musicians who desperately needed the music, but
who were murdered by the road. We see their bleak destinies in their
eyes in this film.
It is bittersweet certainly, but also a moment in time, crystallized
into something great by the music, the love of friends, the willingness
of the director to simply stand back and allow the music to happen. It
also reminds us what good music used to sound like and makes me wish
could exist again.
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, Dr. John
, Emmylou Harris
, Eric Clapton
, Garth Hudson
, Joni Mitchell
, Levon Helm
, Neil Diamond
, Neil Young
, Paul Butterfield
, Richard Manuel
, Rick Danko
, Ringo Starr
, Robbie Robertson
, The Band
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