Martin Scorsese: Why I Made The George Harrison Documentary

Just a quick reminder, Mar­tin Scors­ese’s two-part doc­u­men­tary on George Har­ri­son airs tonight and tomor­row night on HBO. After mak­ing films about Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones, the leg­endary film­mak­er now turns some­what unex­pect­ed­ly to the silent Bea­t­le, and you have to won­der why. Why George? So Scors­ese recalls when things orig­i­nal­ly clicked, the first moment when he real­ized the “pic­ture had to be made.”

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