Leonard Cohen - Im Your Man

Release Date: 19 March 2007 | Certificate: Parental Guidance
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Leonard Cohen manages to garner fans from the unlikeliest of places despite his distinctly un-rock-&-roll appearance and a set of songs that veer closer to poetry than to their uneasy bedfellows in the pantheon of popular music. But viewers looking for an in-depth analysis of the man behind some of the most deeply introspective music ever recorded should look elsewhere LEONARD COHEN - IM YOUR MAN contains precious little insight from Cohen himself. Instead director Lian Lunson has pieced together a warm tribute to the Canadian singer drawing on the words of his many celebrity fans while also sharing generous amounts of footage from a Cohen tribute concert staged in 2005. The concert was filmed in Australia with the bulk of the celebrity testimonials coming from performers at the show. The eclectic array of artists taking part include Nick Cave Pulps Jarvis Cocker Martha and Rufus Wainwright and folk legend Linda Thompson all of whom perform unique interpretations of Cohen-penned classics such as Im Your Man (Cave) and Chelsea Hotel #2 (Rufus Wainwright). Lunson intersperses the concert footage with interviews from the stars the most vocal and effusive praise coming from U2s The Edge and Bono who are seen backing Cohen on a rendition of Tower of Song as the movie closes. Cohen himself is also given some screen time in which he muses on a number of interesting topics but Lunsons piece is mostly designed as a straight tribute to a man who has never sat easily in the contemporary music world much to the delight of his fans.

Additional songs, A conversation with Leonard Cohen, Teddy Thompson rehearsal footage
Release Date: 19 March 2007
Certificate: PG - Parental Guidance
Directed by: Lian Lunson

Region 2
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Anamorphic Wide Screen
Sound: Dolby Digital
Production Year: 2006
Main Language: English

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