Review of: Dan Weldon: Living the Blues Dream 

reviewed by neilg117 on 10/09/2006
Enjoyed a lot
I liked this documentary a lot. It is my favourite of all the documentaries in the current festival.

It is simply, but effectively put together. I really liked what Dan Weldon had to say. It is a theme I am sure a fair few of us on this site can empathise with.

Good footage helps keep the documentary visually interesting. But I guess most of all, for a documentary like this, I liked the music. And the film maker had good grace to ensure we got to hear a cross section of it in the film's short running time.

Good luck in the festival.

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