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Summary: The film follows Harrison's story from his early life in Liverpool, the success of Beatlemania, his travels to India, the influence of Indian culture in his music, and his relevance and importance as a member of The Beatles.
The first part feels like left leftover footage from Anthology, the second part feels like a meditation commercial sponsored by Olivia Harrison. Nevertheless a bright and insight full documentary that dares to enter the subject, the meaning of life and everything in between, through a Beatle.
George is my favorite Beatle (musically at least, John was the best because he was such a smart ass troll) but this movie, while expertly made and interesting throughout, is just an overkill. 3 hours was way too much, Marty. Just once when I see a doc like this I want an interview with someone where they are just talking about what an asswipe the person was, it gets old listening to people constantly praise these guys. No one's perfect, give me some dirt for once.
George was the best. such an inspirational human being. the documentary is p damn delightful, though i prefer the first 2/3s. great job by Scorsese, but i think No Direction Home worked out better, if only due to Dylan's active influence.
This is an excellent documentary. It shows great insight into George Harrison's life with and without the Beatles. The documentary is very interesting the entire way. This is a must see for all George Harrison fans.