I'm 62. I grew up with and love, the poetry and music of Bob Dylan. Subterranean Homesick Blues. Blonde On Blonde. I love Jeff Bridges performances, too. I have been saying that here is no bad Jeff Bridges movie. I can't say that anymore.
There is no reason to bump any high priority program off your DVR in order to watch this. Schedule it for curiosity.
I'm trying to figure what they were thinking or what circumstances natural or contrived, led to this production. I haven't figured it out yet.
Many stars have movies like this in their early history. Steve McQueen in the Blob, Melanie Griffith in Smile, but the Anonymous ... stars appear in the prime of their careers. I would love to hear from them, and their take on why they did this.
It would be interesting.