Love documentary that we shot in the aftermath of September 11, the first at the Toronto Film Festival
the beginning of the documentary film that records the time when Paul McCartney went to New York immediately after 9 / 11, we see him walking down Fifth Avenue, surrounded by a hysterical crowd of more New Yorkers screaming for her autograph. They have signed anything - a newspaper, a reception, someone even asked to sign the passport and said, "it is legal"
that McCartney walks the avenue that is almost as famous as him, the former Beatle looks at the camera and said. "I feel like I was a candidate for mayor"
we love the film is an unexpected gem that arose during the otherwise sombre 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.
is based on the film - shot in black and white, at the insistence of McCartney - filmed by the documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles distinguished, whose credits include the portrait of a couple of eccentric New 1976 Home York, Grey Gardens, and Lady, chronicling the Rolling Stones tour of the United States in 1969.
Five years ago, captured images of the Beatles legendary Maysles, its off the plane at JFK (then Idlewild) on its way to the Ed Sullivan Show. The experience of the band in the middle of Beatlemania Maysles and McCartney brought together, so that the musician had become Maysles shortly after 9 / 11 and thought I could do to help New York in its darkest hours.
for the rights, McCartney must not have been in the city every September 11.
the morning of the attack was to fly to London to celebrate the 30th anniversary of his daughter Stella. He drew on the track at JFK airport, where the first plane hit the north tower of World Trade Center, and when all air traffic is based aircraft McCartney was returned to the door, leaving stranded in the city.
"Because I came here in the United States on September 11, I started to think people will be vulnerable for the first time in a long time, what can I do?" McCartney said Maysles on the camera in an interview recorded October 12, 2001.
first thing we decided was what he could do. "I'm not a firefighter, so I can not go to Ground Zero."
The end result produced by Maysles with the help of co-director and editor Ian Bradley Kaplan Markiewicz, could have been titled McCartney and Mates. We see Dan Rather pitch for a 60-minute interview, apologizing for being late, for he had that panic about anthrax at the offices of CBS, as an excuse not to go not bad.
Instead, he decided to do what he did his best, inspired by his childhood memories during the war. "I grew up in the shadow of World War II," said McCartney in the movie. "I saw how to deal with it, and did so with humor and it is with music."
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