Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man

Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man

Director: Lian Lunson Cast: Antony, Beth Orton, Jarvis Cocker

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Product Details

Release Date: 04/07/2015
UPC: 0064027589894
Original Release: 2005
Source: Imports
Sales rank: 84,366

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Antony Actor
Beth Orton Actor
Jarvis Cocker Actor
Julie Christensen Actor
Kate & Anna McGarrigle Actor
Linda Thompson Actor
Martha Wainwright Actor
Nick Cave Actor
Perla Batalla Actor
Rufus Wainwright Actor
Teddy Thompson Actor
Handsome Family Actor
Leonard Cohen Actor
Bono Actor
Edge Actor
Larry Mullen Actor
Adam Clayton Actor
Janice Burlesque Beauty
Joan Weldon Burlesque Beauty
U2 Actor

Technical Credits
Lian Lunson Director,Camera Operator,Executive Producer
Kevin Beggs Executive Producer
Steve Bernstein Musical Arrangement,Musical Direction/Supervision
Rodney Bolton Camera Operator
Robin Burger Musical Arrangement
Mike Cahill Editor
Leonard Cohen Score Composer
Bruce Davey Executive Producer
Joe Foley Camera Operator
Mel Gibson Executive Producer
Sarah Greenberg Executive Producer
Geoffrey Hall Cinematographer
Marcus Hides Camera Operator
Rebecca Morley Production Manager
Erik Nelson Executive Producer
Toshiaki Ozawa Camera Operator
Tim Palen Executive Producer
John Pirozzi Cinematographer
Sandy Stern Executive Producer
Matt Toll Camera Operator
Hal Willner Art Director

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Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
edvardjr More than 1 year ago
Sometimes I think Leonard Cohen is the most underappreciated musician in the last hundred years because no one I know has ever heard of the man. Then I see something like this movie, that reminds that there are people out there with a great appreciation of this phenomenal musical talent. This documentary gathers a few famous faces and a number of musicians I've never heard of (lots of Canadians maybe?) and films a concert put on in tribute to the music of Cohen. It's ALL good. You might not find all your favorite songs performed, but a great many of them, and all of them are done with incredible love and style. However, I've never quite understood the concert documentary. Why watch the filmed concert when you can play the CD as much as you like when you're in your car or when you're working? Of course the concert is only half of the movie. The other half, interspersed through the film, is a candid interview with Mr. Cohen and the artists discussing his genius. The interviews with Cohen are incredibly insightful and eye-opening for anyone interested in his music. The only flaw is that these interviews are so short. Why not make the WHOLE movie the interview portion, a filmed biography of the man, providing his music in the background as soundtrack? So what we've got feels like two half-documentaries, half a concert and half an interview. For what it is, it's wonderful, I just wish it were more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Reminded me of the past & the effect Leonard Cohen had on the time period.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An amazing look into the various musicians and styles of music that Mr. Cohen has influenced. There are some must see moments on this disc. Other than the Douche Bag Bono, who seems  to always jump on the "I was influenced by the cool artist" bandwagon just so he can think he is  relevant in any way to important music, there are many interviews with Leonard and other truly groundbreaking musicians. Antony has an absolutely epic performance that will make you rewind the disc over and over to watch it again and again. This is a must own movie!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
unsightly More than 1 year ago
Too much time spent listening to the incessant babble of Bono and The Edge. Who cares? Give me more Leonard.