Disney+ released the trailer for the series in three episodes The Beatles: Get Back. The original docuseries, directed by Peter Jackson, will arrive exclusively on the streaming platform in three different days: 25, 26 and 27 November 2021. Made entirely with unpublished restored films, this docuseries provides the most intimate and honest insight ever documented into the creative process of John, Paul, George e Ringo and their relationship.
As usual, here is the official trailer directly at your disposal:
Directed by the director who won three Academy Awards Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings trilogy, They Shall Not Grow Old), The Beatles: Get Back takes audiences back in time to the band’s recording sessions in January 1969, at a crucial moment in the history of music.
The docuseries shows the creative process of the Beatleswhile writing 14 new songs in preparation for their first live concert in over two years. Faced with an almost impossible time limit, the strong bonds of friendship shared by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr are put to the test. The docuseries is the result of the study of almost 60 hours of unpublished films, shot in 21 days from Michael Lindsay-Hogg in 1969, and more than 150 hours of audio recordings never heard, most of which have remained in a vault for over half a century. Jackson is the only person in 50 years to have had access to this Beatles treasure, which has been masterfully restored today.
What emerges is an incredibly intimate portrait of the Beatles, which shows how, even under pressure, they could still count on their friendship, good humor and creative genius. As plans change and relationships are put to the test, some of the most iconic songs in the world are composed and performed. The docuseries presents, for the first time in full version, the latest live performance of the Beatles as a group, the unforgettable concert on the roof of Savile Row, in London, as well as other classical songs and compositions included on the band’s last two albums, Abbey Road e Let It Be.