MARTIN SCORSESE To Release Docu-Film About GEORGE HARRISON!

By on 5 September, 2011


 

Martin Scorsese will be heading back to the world of music again, as he prepares to release a personal documentary about the life of George Harrison!

 

The doc includes previously unseen private letters, home movie footage and personal stories of the former Beatles star, as told by close friends including Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr. Scorsese is no stranger to blending together the worlds of music and film, as he has created documentaries about Bob Dylan (‘No Direction Home‘) and the recent Rolling Stones documentary, ‘Shine A Light‘.
 

This new documentary also includes a heart-felt interview from Ringo Starr who recalls the last time he spoke to his friend Harrison just before he died. It will also deal with the women in his life including the love triangle between Eric Clapton, his first wife and model Pattie Boyd and himself.
 

Harrison was born in Liverpool, England in 1943. He was to become a member of the legendary Beatles after being asked school friend Paul McCartney to join the band. During his time with the group he embraced Indian culture and eventually became a Hindu and also learned to play Indian instruments, such as the sitar. His creative streak soon flourished when the band broke up, and as a result he went on to release 17 solo albums throughout his career. He died of lung cancer in 2001.

 


 


 

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2 Comments

  1. Ymus ANon

    7 September, 2011 at 4:43 am

    Before seeing this latest Scorsese ’70’s Show’
    –DO check out that CENSORED John C Coleman
    interview on the Tavistock Institute and the
    creation of the Beatles.

    It will BLOW YOUR MIND FOR REAL.

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