Martin Scorsese's monument to Bob Dylan's early career ran over two nights but covered only a few years in the man's life. At three and a half hours long, No Direction Home (BBC2) was a monument, also, to the art of documentary film-making.
Scorsese and Dylan never met for this production, though they had worked together in 1978 on The Last Waltz, a film about the final performance of Dylan's former backing band, the Band.
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