Part of The Music Box Biographical Collection, this documentary charts the career of the legendary Beatle Paul McCartney. The film consists of footage taken from fans' collections throughout the world. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
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First of all, there is no dvd chapter menu to navitage through.Secondly,there are no recent interviews with Paul in the last 5 yrs or more (He probably didn't even know about this film.)The biopic consists mostly of rare older footage of Paul's career and older interviews with Paul and this one music critic.It consists of the famous drug interview in '67,when he was questioned about his usage with LCD,interviews on his thoughts being newly married to Linda,drug busts footage in the 80's as well as interviews on that.The worst part of this film is that they have this unknown rock n' roll music playing in the backgrough throughout the entire film...even during the interviews and footage.The footage is old enough,that the audio quality is not the best and is hard to completely understand anyway,and the music doesn't help.I definitely don't recommend this film,but if you are a big McCartney fan,you may be interested on seeing how Paul interviewed with the press back in those days.
The other reviewers hit it on the nose, it sucked. My husband is such a huge fan and HE turned it off. You can't even hear the talking or interviewing over the loud ubnoxious background instrumentals. Terrible