Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man (2006)
Critic Consensus: A moving, if somewhat uneven, look at the legendary singer-songwriter, I'm Your Man treats Cohen's body of work with the reverence it deserves.
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Critic Reviews for Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man
At various times poet, consort of beautiful women and Zen monk, his biog's intriguing too, all of which makes this doc highly welcome, even if it's at best a partial view.
It's not a deep documentary. We learn precious little about the real man underneath his sharp-dressed pose.
I'm Your Man may be as close as we'll ever get to Cohen on film.
I'm Your Man never quite gets its man in a coherent frame, but for all its zigs and zags outside the lines, the portrait of Cohen that emerges is a fascinating one.
An odd but enjoyable concoction of biography, music commentary and concert.
Audience Reviews for Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man
Loves the Leonard but the movie just weren't all that. Dominated by ho-hum guest artist concert footage.
This documentary on Leonard Cohen is a very good analysis of who this singer/songwriter/poet really is. It showcases many great performances of Cohen's songs by many of today's alternative artists. Some highlights include "If It Be Your Will" by Antony and "Halleluijah" by Rufus and Martha Wainwright; as well as a rendition of "I'm Your Man" at the end of the movie by Leonard Cohen himself (accompanied by U2.) Watch if you like great songwriting and the man behind a great song.
Fantastic music, though I was expecting more of an emphasis on the music/concert than on Cohen (they interrupted every song with interviews; I wish they could have been separate). Also, there was no sign of Teddy Thompson performing The Future, even though it's on the CD...
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