18. jul, 2014

D.A. Pennebaker on Don't Look Back (1967)

When I finished it, Bob Dylan saw it out in Hollywood at a dreadful screening. Afterwards, he said, ''We'll have another screening and I'll write down all the things we have to change.'' Of course, that made me a little gloomy.
The next night, we assembled again and he sat in the front with his yellow pad. At the end of the film, he held up the pad and there was nothing on it. He said, ''That's it.''