a documentary about the final days of the Beatles

a documentary about the final days of the Beatles
a documentary about the final days of the Beatles

Marie Gicquel / Photo credits: PETER SKINGLEY / UPI / AFP
11:40 a.m., May 8, 2024

Disney + is putting “Let It Be” online this Wednesday, a remastered version of the cult film released in 1970. This feature film, long unobtainable, traces the creation of the last album of the four boys in the wind.

A treasure for Beatles fans. Disney + is putting “Let It Be” online this Wednesday, a remastered version of the cult film released in 1970. This feature film, long unobtainable, retraces the last rehearsals of the legendary four boys and the creation of their latest album.

Complicit glances, sublime harmony

The Beatles don’t know it yet, but their group is about to implode after 10 intense years of sprawling tours and number 1 hits around the world. Here they are in the studio to record their latest album Let It Be. Messy hair, seventies looks, cigarettes and cups of tea…

Clownesque improvisations on Bésame mucho, knowing glances around the microphone and sublime harmony on Across the Universe… Some tensions emerge: Paul McCartney and his orders annoy, Lennon becomes one with his fiancée Yoko, Ringo adapts but George Harrison has great difficulty imposing his compositions.

The discreet camera captures the confessions of a group out of breath but never lacking in creativity. A precious testament which also reveals the entire creative process of these four geniuses who we would have liked to see united for life.

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