An interesting take on the bio-pic, Todd Haynes seems to understand that the actions and words of a person are often less important than what they mean to us and those around them. This explains the fragmented nature of I’m Not There, a film that attempts to paint a full portrait of who Bob Dylan is, was or might be. This is not a film that works for truth, or maybe it is? Not truth as we often think when we look at histories and people’s lives, it’s not so much about facts but about a stream of feelings and thoughts. If you want to look, the facts are there… some of the time, not always as they apparently they happened, but is history remembered as they ever happened? Some segments may be stronger than others, but they all work remarkably well as a whole, complimented and contradicting each other in the most charming and delightful ways. The music is decent too.