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George Harrison was always talked about as the 'quiet Beatle'. But that didn't mean he was dull: he invented the big rock charity gig with the Concert For Bangladesh in 1971, produced the Monty Python films and even funded a political party based on yogic principles. Legendary director Martin Scorsese takes a traditonal approach to this documentary biography, which features a mix of footage from the time and new interviews with Harrison’s friends and family. If you’re a Beatles fan or interested in the history of rock, this is fascinating stuff.
Classic mockumentary chronicling the height of Beatlemania, showing how surprising and exciting pop music seemed to its fans in the 1960s.
11+ years 88 mins
Documentary exploring Beatle John Lennon's radical politics and the lengths that then US President Richard Nixon went to have him discredited.
11+ years 95 mins
Biopic of Beatles music legend John Lennon, focusing on his early life as a teen in 1950s Liverpool and the complex relationship with his mother.
14+ years 94 mins
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