Let It Be is an observational film which chronicles The Beatles' recording of their album Let it Be. There is no narrative structure and the film comprises of jam sessions, live recordings and discussions amongst the group. Unbeknownst to the band itself the film ultimately captures their implosion, or at least the beginning of the end. You can sense tension between the four of them and there's a feeling of exhaustion. To this point in time the film hasn't seen a dvd release with a planned remastering being postponed due to old issues being rehashed (whatever that means). I think its a really important film though and should be remastered. There's a lot of iconic moments such as their performance of the title track and the infamous rooftop concert (their final live performance) in it's entirety. Let It Be is a really awesome glimpse into the recording of an album. Great stuff.