I'm Not There.

Jude (Cate Blanchett) talks about how there are no more protest songs and that everyone knows he's not a folk singer. Billy the Kid (Richard Gere) escapes from jail with the help of Homer. Billy goes on a train and leaves Riddle County. On the train, he finds his guitar that says "this machine kills fascists" (the guitar he used during his younger days as Woody Guthrie). Billy talks about how he feels that he can change the way he lives his life and that people talk about how there's a certain way of living. He feels that when he wakes up and goes to sleep he can be a different person and that there's no telling what's going to happen next. The final scene is footage of Bob Dylan playing harmonica on stage...


Factual error: The phone at the Peacocks house is too modern for the time - the cord going into the handset had a clip in cord versus being attached directly to the piece.

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Jude: God, I'm glad I'm not me.

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