Everybody Must Get Stoned: Music-video director Jesse Dylan makes his big-screen move with the new doper comedy How High. (Weye).
Son of Bob Dylan, big brother of Jakob Dylan and ex-cohort of infamous financial swindler Dana Giacchetto.
These are the associations for which Jesse Dylan would rather not be known. “You just want to get away from all of that stuff,” he says. “You want to turn the page.” Next month, when his directorial debut, How High, hits theaters, Dylan will have his chance to do just that.
The film–a slapstick comedy that Dylan describes as “modern-day Cheech and Chong”–chronicles the misadventures of rap stars Methodman and Redman, who are accepted …