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While it was intended as a unique insight into the band's studio work, Let It Be is more a fascinating documentary of The Beatles falling out of love with each other.
McCartney had been effectively running The Beatles since the death of the band's manager Brian Epstein in August of 1967 and the tension between him and John and George is obvious.
In one chilling scene of the film Paul lays out his ideas for the band’s future to John only to be met with complete silence. In typical Beatles style, the music of Let It Be maintains the band’s magic touch with the title track being a particular standout.