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Oorvazi Talking Cinema: MAMI – George Harrison, Living In The Material World

OORVAZI

TALKING CINEMA- Episode 4

Film Review of the documentary “George Harrison: Living In The Material World” directed by Martin Scorsese

The Mumbai Film Festival 2011

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Excited about the life of George Harrison as Beatles is one of my favorite bands. Even though I found the length of the film , 3h 46 mins, too much, its appeal is high as it is from Martin Scorsese and based on George Harrison. Would surely like to see it.

Comment by Rahul Sharma

Rahul ! what about the review that you just saw? I would like your comments as its part of your homework 🙂 and then see the film and comment post that

Comment by oorvazifilmeducation

Beautifully reviewed!!!
Looking forward to watch this movie and more of your reviews
I request you to please review Rockstar 🙂

Comment by Siddhesh

Siddhesh ! thanks for the feedback 🙂
I still have a backlog of a few MAMI festival films to upload and by then Rockstar might be too stale to review but lets see, will think about it.

Comment by oorvazifilmeducation

3 hours and 46 minutes without an interval is truly an achievement. I really wonder when documentaries like these get a release in India. That is why film festivals like MAMI are so precious.

Comment by Rasik

Rasik ! yes documentaries are rare to get a theatrical release but in the recent past we had the documentary on the ‘Indian ocean band’ that got a theatrical release. Infact I did an interview about the documentary with Sumit Kilam some time ago in my section ‘Professional Talk’.

Hope you enjoy the George Harrison documentary

Comment by oorvazifilmeducation




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