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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.
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