Most everything I've read or viewed about the final days of The Beatles has always portrayed troubled times. Angry people. Fighting and arguing and ultimately breaking up.
Now Peter Jackson has made a documentary based around the Let It Be sessions and the famous rooftop concert that would be the final Beatles performance.
And every scene in this "trailer" of sorts shows a much different picture! I am seeing smiles and grins and laughs and hamming it up for the camera. It ain't as goofy as the Help/Hard Day's Night movies but it is surprisingly upbeat. They appear to be...Having...Fun!
I'm still unsure if Jackson has whitewashed the story using only a handful of the happy shots or if previous documentaries painted it way too black but I guess it is somewhere in between.
At any rate I am really looking forward to seeing this. After all this time I still love The Beatles so very much and I relish the thought of watching them having fun together near the end! Oh and the film will include the entire 43 minute rooftop concert!