The life of the greatest poet of his age is unraveled by biographer and filmmaker Andrew Sinclair – the visionary who transformed Thomas’ Under Milk Wood into a motion picture in 1972. Dylan on Dylan traces Thomas’ journey from fascinated child to fêted, weary adult via classic acting performances from Burton, Hemmings et al, all the while analysed by Sinclair in his own unique, microscopic style. A major addition to the Thomas canon. Cambridge Film Festival 2014: http://www.cambridgefilmfestival.org.uk/films/2014/dylan-on-dylan
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