By clarencecarter | REVERSEBLOG: the reverse shot blog September 1, 2007 at 7:35AM
It's late out here at Telluride, and there's no real time for a full considered review of what is sure to be one of the year's most remarkable movies: I'm Not There. Not to be all David Poland about things and blurt out half-formed opinions, but I have to say that what Haynes has accomplished here is so ingenious, intelligent, unique, and wholly entertaining that it's unfair to other filmmakers. I left the theater shaking and stammering, wanting to make out with everyone involved (sans Harvey), and if I'd been offered the opportunity, I would have walked right back in and seen it again.
Expect a lot more on I'm Not There from Reverse Shot in the weeks to come.