Review of “The Beatles: Let It Be”: The Beatles over time…

John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr meet at Twickenham Studios in London. Their rehearsal sessions culminated in a now cult prequel performance on the roof of Apple Corporation Studios.

«Let it be is the father to get back“, said director Michael Lindsay-Hawk Let it be During a conversation with Peter Jackson. Why Peter Jackson? Because the filmmaker lord of the rings Delivered in 2021 The Beatles: Available AgainA three-episode docu-series that runs seven hours and airs on Disney+.


The Beatles: Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and John Lennon,

Photo by D Ethan A. Russell. © 2024 Apple Corps Ltd

The Beatles: Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and John Lennon in “The Beatles: Let It Be,” available on Disney+ starting May 8, 2024.

This time it’s a documentary The Beatles: So Be It It is the subject of a Disney Studios re-release. Awarded Oscar for Soundtrack (Quincy Jones accepted the statuette on behalf of the Fab Four), Let it be – Released in 1970 – It’s been in the studio vaults since 1981 when it was released on VHS, Betamax and LaserDisc (yes, that’s a date!), with rumors that Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr opposed its re-release.

But that is now a thing of the past. Including a transfer from the original 16mm copy in 4:3 format – substantially “cleansed” of all imperfections of the period -, The Beatles: So Be It benefited from the same technical treatment to get backPark Road Post Production, Peter Jackson’s company, takes care of everything.


John Lennon in “The Beatles: Let It Be” available on Disney+ starting May 8, 2024.

Photo by D Ethan A. Russell. © 2024 Apple Corps Ltd

John Lennon in “The Beatles: Let It Be” available on Disney+ starting May 8, 2024.

“We built an artificial intelligence program that teaches a guitar, percussion, etc. to be able to do everything. unmixed», Peter Jackson explained to us during a video conference meeting in 2021.

Its historical value cannot be denied The Beatles: So Be It This includes moments that are not included to get back. We see and move during the recording sessions, the conversations between George Harrison and Paul McCartney, the interactions with Billy Preston or the visit of Linda Eastman’s daughter Heather, who later adopted the Beatle.


Paul McCartney in “The Beatles: Let It Be” available on Disney+ starting May 8, 2024.

Photo by D Ethan A. Russell. © 2024 Apple Corps Ltd

Paul McCartney in “The Beatles: Let It Be,” available on Disney+ starting May 8, 2024.

Rating: 4 out of 5

The Beatles: So Be It Available on the Disney+ platform from May 8.

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