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How Peter Jackson shifted the dour context of ‘Let It Be’ into a fuller, more human ‘Get Back’

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“Get Back” balances “Let It Be’s” gloomy, downhill-and-shadows tone with scenes of lightness and levity. It also takes a deep dive into the complex human emotions and egos that ultimately drove the Beatles apart for good, after they recorded their final album, “Abbey Road,” later in 1969. (Because “Abbey Road” was released before “Let It Be,” many fans at the time understandably thought “Let It Be” was the last album the band made.)

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