There has been an endless abyss of images of the Beatles over the years and as a fan you think you've seen it all.... but then this film comes along. Scorsese has been given incredible access to a personal and private gallery. From George Harrison's childhood to his teenage years, through his entire musical career and right up until his death... the film is packed with images, conversations, interviews and home videos of George and it's a really in-depth and moving portrait of a reluctant legend. To the film's credit it doesn't skim the surface but (as with the Beatles Anthology) it takes its time to capture the man and give the audience a real sense of the man behind the music. It runs at 3 1/2 hours in length and I found myself still wanting more. As a fan I already knew music side of things (still learned a lot more) however I found the second half of the film much more affecting. His story leading up to his death and the testimonials from friends and loved ones is very profound and I came away with a real life-affirming optimism. It takes a great film to do that.