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Old Sep 23, 2016, 04:21 AM   #1
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Default Eight Days a Week Documentary

Thanks to Ron Howard, the new Beatles' documentary Eight Days a Week is one of, if not the best Beatles' documentary I have ever seen. It focuses on the boys' touring years; the banner year 1966 when John Lennon made his now well-known comment during an interview and was taken out of context with devastating results; the focus on the end of their concert career. Interviews are spliced in and the footage is such a treat.

Whoopi Goldberg; Larry Kane and Sigourney Weaver as well as a historian who is black give their input and insights on the documentary. If you are lucky enough to live in a town where the film is being shown, you will most likely be treated to a bonus showing of the Beatles' first Shea Stadium concert.

Definitely a must see. You will love it!
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