GEORGE HARRISON: LIVING IN THE MATERIAL WORLD
“The quiet Beatle” comes off as, well, pretty darn dull in Martin Scorsese’s overlong documentary that fails to turn tales of Harrison’s Hinduism obsession, often forgettable post-Beatles projects and sometimes-testy personality into enough meat for a meal (although Monty Python share some nice anecdotes about George’s film production).
The best part of this documentary was that it inspired me to start listening to George Harrison's solo work again. It doesn't come close to the Beatles but it's better than most of the music that is on the market today.
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