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The Fab Four ‘Get Back’: Director Peter Jackson revisits The Beatles’ last album

By France24
03 December 2021   |   12:54 pm
A three-part documentary plunges viewers into the creative process as The Beatles record their final studio album and prepare for an iconic rooftop performance. "Get Back" has seen director Peter Jackson applauded for handling the sort of archive material that has gone down in pop history.

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