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5.0 étoiles sur 5 George Harrison comme je ne me l'imaginais pas... bien ....
Le film est long (2 parties de quasiment 2h). Découvert sur Canal et vu par bribes sur plusieurs séances, j'avais envie de le regarder sans ce fractionnement, en un seul tenant. De la genèse à la dissolution des Beatles, de la jeunesse à la maturité des protagonistes, dans un kaléidoscope de flashbacks, d'extraits de...
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Drole de machin!!!
J'attendais beaucoup de ce film sur George Harrison. Le bouquin m'avait emballé et le nom de Scorcese convaincu de l'achat. Au final, je reste content de l'avoir vu car certains moments sont très bien mais l'ensemble est superficiel. Pas vraiment l'occasion d'approfandir le personnage mais un survol passant du coq à l'âne.
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Publié le 3 décembre 2011 par Gailles


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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Harrison living in the material World, 1 janvier 2012
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Comment être objectif au sujet de ce DVD quand on est comme moi fan de George Harrison?
Les témoignages, les documents et les anecdotes sont émouvants et on a l'impression d'entrer dans l'intimité de ce musicien si créatif.
On est toujours surpris de constater a quel point les membres des Beatles avaient des caractères tellement différents ce qui a donné toute la richesse à leur oeuvre.
Ce document est incontournable, bravo.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 REMARQUABLE;;;;;, 23 novembre 2011
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vraiment édifiant ce DVD sur Harrison.
On imagine ce qu'était à l'époque la tension entre les fab four.

Un documentaire à voir absolument,magnifiquement filmé par Scorcese,et le passage de témoignages aux photos d'époque est vraiment parfait.

Plein d'émotions et de souvenirs,les amateurs apprécieront.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Parfait, très bon film, 19 janvier 2013
Achat vérifié(De quoi s'agit-il ?)
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Très bien, avec les bonus ! + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 le beatle spirituel, 9 janvier 2012
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Enfin un document sur George Harrison! Bel hommage au Beatle le plus sous-estimé.
Trouver sa place à l'ombre de lennon & mac ne fut pas simple, mais sa dimension était réelle.
Grand artiste et un Monsieur! Pour tout public : une histoire à découvrir!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Si vous êtes fan, vous allez adorer, 30 novembre 2011
Living in Material world est un très bon documentaire. Même si comme moi vous avez déjà vu ou lu beaucoup sur George Harrison vous apprendrez encore !!!
Les interviews apportent un plus et jalonnent tout le documentaire. On ressent l'émotion de ses proches 10 ans après sa mort. Avec ce film on comprend un peu cet homme !!!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Seulement pour les fans, 14 août 2012
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Je suis un grand fan de Scorsese mais je dois avouer que ce documentaire m'a déçu, alors la question pourquoi le regarder si vous n'êtes pas fan des beetles, hé bien tout simplement par curiosité.
Tous les fans du groupe, de Harrison seront cependant aux anges, photos et interview d'époque restaurée pour le bluray, une qualité magnifique. A vrai dire la même qualité que le reportage sur Bob Dylan (ce qui m'a d'ailleurs motivé a regarder ce film). Donc pour peu que vous soyez fan du groupe c'est un 5 étoiles sans hésiter (d'autant qu'il existe une version collector avec livre) mais pour les curieux et fan de scorsese passez votre chemin vous serez déçu et ennuyé du début a la fin (même si la bo est magnifique mais près de 4h pour un groupe auquel on apporte peu d’intérêt c'est long).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Indispensable !, 2 novembre 2011
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Un DVD à avoir dans sa videothèque. Si on aime Harisson bien sur.
De Scorcese en plus. Que du bon.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Inner Light Shines, 31 octobre 2011
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"Here comes the sun....the smile's returning to their faces." -- George Harrison, 1969

"I want to tell you, my head is filled with things to say." -- George Harrison, 1966

This is the documentary Beatle fans and George Harrison fans have prayed for and long awaited! As others have noted, I, too could have happily watched both installments at one time. Seeing it broken into 2 separate parts had an advantage in that it gave me something to look forward to wataching. This is a brilliant work covering the life and artwork of George Harrison, artist extraordinaire in his multi-faceted glory.

I've said all along that George was all about love. From the time George made his presence known and felt; from the time he was placed in the loving arms of Louise French Harrison and she saw her own intensity looking back at her; from the time Harold Sr. first set eyes on George and his only sister and two older brothers welcomed this "new little Harrison," as Louise French Harrison would later describe George and other new arrivals (nieces, nephews and grandchildren) with much love. Harold Sr. and Louise French were from all accounts a very loving couple who were nuturing to their 4 children. George, surrounded by love from the beginning would live full circle by making a final request that people "love one another."

This documentary portrays the REAL George Harrison and does not degenerate into idolatry. George is shown in many moods, some less than cheery and shown warts, wrinkles, atrocious perm days and all.

George's fellow Wilburys and former Beatle bandmate Paul McCartney and wife Olivia provide the best interviews. I just wish more Harrison family members had been a part of this stellar documentary. George's sister, also named Louise has banged on the drum for her brother for many years. In fact, George was the first Beatle to cross the Atlantic, coming to America in 1963 to visit his only sister.

Most, if not all Harrison fans find George's view of religions very interesting. It has been documented that Louise French Harrison, herself Catholic had George baptized in March of 1943 when he was 1 month old. In 1965 George and Ravi Shankar met and during that time, George introduced the world at large to Eastern music and was exploring his philosophies and religious expression. His Catholic roots never left him; a lovely statue of Mother Mary graced his property at Friar Park.

Louise, George's only sister would say in an early April 2011 interview that it was a shock to her to discover that the "real world" wasn't as honest as Harold Sr. and Louise French were and not everybody lived up to their high standard of honesty. George too lived by that credo and he took things to heart deeply and passionately.

George was also fun. He liked cool cars and was an avid Formula One Fan. His sister had a serious Dodge Dart when he first came to visit her in 1963 when she was living in Benton, Illinois. He had a brilliant, dry, droll wit. He loved nature and demonstrated a very nurturing side, which was a Louise French trait. His passion for gardening was a gift from Harold Sr. and Louise French. George was an intensely curious and interested person, seeking information and trying to make sense out of the world in which he lived.

George had beautiful wavy hair, courtesy of Harold Sr.; the deep-set Harold Sr. eyes, but he had the burning Louise intensity that never once left his eyes. Pictures of George as an infant and as a very young child show his ubiquitous intensity, which never left him at any time. It could be a tad unnerving to see such intensity radiating from one so young. It was a trait that never left him. George resembled Harold Sr. from the eyes up. From the nose down, he was Louise French Harrison all over again and his brother Peter was almost a double of Harold Sr.! Harold Jr. looked more French than Harrison; he and George inherited their maternal grandfather's tall, lean frame. Lou was a Franco-Harrison creation as was George. You get to appreciate these things all the more in the book AND in the documentary. Paul McCartney even says in the book that George had a lot of Louise French's character and personality in him. Louise definitely left her stamp on George! Louise even said in the newsletter that she always thought George looked like her dad, John French Sr.)

Louise French Harrison lent her voice to the George Harrison Official Fan Club Newsletter from 1965-1969. It is plain that Louise loved George and his siblings and in her column, each Harrison child is included and given his or her place under Here Comes the Sun.

Olivia is a beautiful gracious lady and she discusses her life with George and some of the road bumps they hit along the way. She does so with grace, tact and aplomb. At no time does she resort to tawdry tale-bearing and finger pointing. Despite all they had been through together, they raised a good son and Olivia loved George, warts, problems, atrocious perms, infidelity and all. Dhani, their son resembles George and his maternal grandmother who unfortunately died 8 years before he was born. Clearly George and Olivia loved and cared about each other and again, to Olivia's credit, she is tactful and discreet when certain questions crop up. That reflects well on her and speaks to good.

Readers walk the Long & Winding Road with George from his early days until his untimely death in 2001. I love the way George could see humor in himself AND his fellow Beatles, as evidenced in his laughing at a Beatle video. The interviews make a good thing even better and I thank the kind person who made it possible for me to watch this until I am able to buy this dvd.

George Harrison has given the gift of his beautiful voice to many. I knew a child with Asperger's Syndrome, which is a form of autism. She was a MAJOR Beatles fan and George was her favorite. This child, like so many children with autism spectrum issues was a late talker. Once she acquired speech and an awareness of music, she found her voice in the Beatles. She would let George "talk" for her in that she would quote Harrison lyrics and lyrics from Beatle songs to get a point/message across. This later segued into richer, developed speech. As I said about the book, George Harrison's music and his natural, yet childlike grace of sorts reached countless many. He has a large following of fans with autism, as do the Beatles as a group. Beatle fans with autism is a demographic that is not at all rare or unusual.

George's humor comes through time and again. His sardonic wit after that crackpot broke into his home at the tail end of 1999 was evidenced when he said in re the crackpot: "well, he sure wasn't auditioning for the Traveling Wilburys." He had made peace with his life; he was surrounded by love every step of the way. George during his post-1999 brush with death had a very peaceful and serene look about him; his eyes, always intense like those of Louise French Harrison included an inner peace, like his 1968 song "The Inner Light." He disclosed his peace and the fact that he was ready to let go to Olivia, who bore this with dignity and grace.

A beautiful tribute to George and how meaningful his life has been in the eyes of those who knew him and others who love his art/music. George has brought more people closer to God. In fact, my church, which is a Catholic church uses George songs, some of which like "Dear One" are beautiful prayers set to music for our prayer meetings, Bible studes and discussion groups. George is, as we say "a parishioner by proxy" because his beautiful music and his open heart and mind have set a good example to countless people.

Bless George, George's family and all who have traveled down the Long & Winding Road with George.

You will also want to read Before He Was Fab: George Harrison's First American Visit, which was co-authored by George's sister, Louise.
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