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  1. (2003) is an unreleased Bob Dylan-themed documentary film that screened at film festivals in Canada and the U.K. in 2003 and 2004

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  2. co-directed by Canadian filmmakers Griffin Ondaatje and Craig Proctor and features their comically circuitous pilgrimages with cameraman Simon Dragland to Hibbing, the Cafe Wha?, Big Pink and other Dylan landmarks

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  3. En route the filmmakers discuss and debate the finer points of Dylan's artistic legacy while frequently disagreeing on camera over the direction the film should take (hagiographic v. iconoclastic)

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  4. The film also features Super 8 home movie footage shot by the McGarrigle Sisters at the infamous Newport Folk Festival in 1965 when Dylan first "went electric"

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