Regardless of whether you grew up listening to the music of Bob Dylan, or perhaps overheard your parents talking about the man at the "grown-ups table" during Thanksgiving dinner, director Todd Haynes has taken hold of the Dylan myth and brought his extraordinary vision to the big screen -- starring some of our favorite actors working today, all of whom play Bob Dylan. I know, it's confusing, but I have a feeling you'll totally dig it. Cinematical is happy to present the final one-sheet for Haynes' flick I'm Not There (click on the poster for a larger image), in which folks like Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, Richard Gere and Cate Blanchett all take on a different and unique version of Dylan in order to present you with a film unlike any arriving in theaters this fall.
I'm Not There recently screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, where our own James Rocchi had this to say: "I'm Not There is so sleek and stylish as to nearly disappear from sight as you're watching it. But at the same time, you recognize the pleasure of the cleverness -- the gall of looking at one of America's pop cultural icons through a fractured lens and, yes, at the end, bringing it all back home. Now and then I'm Not There feels like an extended, inventive inside joke with a soundtrack to die for." Man, the Dylan nut in me is itching to see this one. I'm Not There opens in theaters on November 21, and, additionally, you can listen to James' interview with director Todd Haynes over here.