The Parable of The Beatles: Get Back

Peter Jackson treats “The Beatles: Get Back” as close to unfiltered as a project that might be the most digitally filtered ever can be.

Screengrab from The Beatles: Get Back (Walt Disney Pictures/Apple Corps/WingNut Films)

There is this moment in the “The Beatles: Get Back” that feels almost like a parable being played out.

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Writer. Mountaineer diaspora. Vet. Managing Editor @ordinarytimemag, Writings found @arcdigi & elsewhere. Writing about food, folks, & faith at Yonder & Home

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Writer. Mountaineer diaspora. Vet. Managing Editor @ordinarytimemag, Writings found @arcdigi & elsewhere. Writing about food, folks, & faith at Yonder & Home

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