A Tedious Masterpiece: 7 Lessons for Writers From The Beatles: Get Back

Academy Award-winning director Peter Jackson (the Lord of the Rings) distilled 60 hours of largely discontinued films and 150 hours of audio tracks, from the Beatles’ 1969 “Let It Be” recording session, to eight hours of surprisingly, and yes, boring recording of one of the final collaborations of One The most important bands of all time. The documentary culminates in the Beatles’ last public performance, on the rooftop of a London studio, and should win Jackson more awards.


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