The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart is heading into cinemas in the UK this December – more details right this way.
Frank Marshall may well primarily be known for producing films such as the Indiana Jones saga, and directing the likes of the mighty Congo (of which we’re non-ironic fans). But he’s now followed the path set by the likes of Ron Howard in turning his directorial attention to a music documentary.
He’s helmed The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart, a feature length documentary about, well, The Bee Gees.
UPDATE: Here are details of the film’s DVD and Blu-ray release, where you can also pre-order the movie.
A first trailer for the film has arrived, as well as an official synopsis. Let’s crack on with those.
Here’s the official synopsis…
THE BEE GEES: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart takes audiences on a unique cinematic journey through the brotherhood of the Bee Gees and their ever-enduring musical accomplishments. The story of Barry, Maurice and Robin is one of phenomenal success, of loss and heartbreak, and a continual spirit of creative reinvention. From the award-winning producers behind The Beatles: Eight Days A Week and Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All, How Can You Mend A Broken Heart features newly shot interviews, rarely seen archive and remastered performances across the Bee Gees’ five-decade long career.
The film will be in cinemas first for one night only on December 3rd. A separate biopic of the band is also in the works, incidentally.
More as we hear it.
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