Quote: Kenneth @ September 10 2012, 2:22 PM BST
I thought it was just a bunch of 3D cartoons portraying various events recounted in Chapman's autobiography, with Chapman providing the narration (having recorded an audio version of his book), and the other Pythons (except Idle) doing the other voices. And maybe some of his anecdotes from Looks Like A Brown Trouser Job.
Did the Bob Dylan biopic mention Phil Ochs? Or show Dylan's disdain for being labeled an "anarchist".
It's this "cobbled together" feel why I associated the Chapman film with the Dylan one.
I can't remember all the details of "I'm Not There" but I doubt Phil Ochs was mentioned cause the film was (veeeeeeeery) loosely based on Dylan's life. But they definitely used original quotes and put them into a different context.
I liked the scene with the character played by Cate Blanchett (she really looked like young Dylan) where the journalists desperately try to get any statements of this shy, tight-lipped but also cynical rockstar/artist guy (like Dylan).
Jounalist: "Please, a word to your fans"
"I could murder a pina colada"