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• Publicity Text
• The Comic Art of Jack MacGowran
• Reflections on Love
• The Art of Marijke
• Eric Clapton - Skiing
• John Lennon Poem
• The Remo Four Music Video
• Theatrical Trailer
• Theatrical Cut and Director's Cut
A rare film artifact that is very enjoyable.
Readers might think it strange that a review of the DVD should focus so much on the music but my rationale in doing so lies more in my perception of George Harrison.
True, she may not be a feminist ideal, you may not compare Nietzsche to Camus with her, but then would you want Ally McBeal for a lawyer?
The storyline itself is kind of silly, but the fashion and visuals in the movie are stunning. Also, it makes that Oasis song make a lot more sense.Published 18 days ago by violetcherry
like my stars reveal - its OK, different. Hard to believe Joe Massot went on to work on "The Song Remains the Same" film. buy the CD -if you like George Harrison.Published 2 months ago by David Terralavoro
... because it is brilliant for what it is.
What it is, is an "art film". The shots, the set design, the concept are very artistic, and as such it is a gem of... Read more
A rare film artifact that is very enjoyable. The storyline follows various characters in the 60's era in a colorful, funny manner. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
I have had the George Harrison soundtrack to this movie for over 40 years. i had never seen the movie. Read morePublished 7 months ago by ANTHONY
iil lilike the film and it was totally pyscodelic. the music by george harrison was just out of this world. thanks for releasing itPublished 8 months ago by Robert J Oquendo
Having know the album "wonderwall" by George Harrison since if was first released I was surprised by the movies' content. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jeff J. Gultch
One will likely struggle to persevere through this movie, but the last three minutes is suddenly so firmly grounded that, depending on one's life experience, it can be rewarding... Read morePublished on October 30, 2007 by Pat C.