The Beatles: Get Back, full of unpublished archives, arrives at the end of November: “for six hours, you will know the Beatles with an intimacy that you never thought possible”, says Peter Jackson.
It will undoubtedly be one of the events of the cinema year. Finally, of the streaming year, rather? In all cases, The Beatles: Get Back will be broadcast in three parts on Disney +, on November 25, 26 and 27, as Disney has just announced:
An event, yes: after having restored, reassembled, colorized and sounded archival images of the First World War in its fascinating For fallen soldiers, Peter Jackson turned to Ultra HD restoration of his Lord of the Rings and Hobbit -a little break, in fact, since the filmmaker has mainly focused on The Beatles: Get Back, document devoted to the recording of Let it be, the last Fab Four studio album released in 1970. A film made up of previously unseen archives, totaling more than 60 hours of film and more than 150 hours of sound recordings. “Jackson is the first person in fifty years to have access to these private archives”Disney explains in a press release. The film will last a total of six hours, and is expected to include the full Beatles performance on the roof of Savile Row for the first time.
“It is the story of human frailties, of a divine association”, exclaims Jackson for his part. “It’s a detailed account of the creative process, of shaping iconic songs under terrible pressure, set in the social climate of early 1969. But it’s not nostalgic: it’s raw, honest, human. six o’clock, you’ll get to know The Beatles with an intimacy you never thought possible. “ An event, we repeat.