"Don't Look Back" was filmed in the '60s, chronicling Bob Dylan as a young, brash musician. "No Direction Home" feels like it was filmed during that same era thanks to a plethora of archival footage and some masterful editing by Martin Scorsese. Standouts include seeing Dylan's intimate side with Joan Baez, his antagonistic side with both Donovan and a Time reporter, and of course his being called "Judas" for going electric.