I think George Harrison's life was sufficiently interesting to lend itself to a "Nowhere Boy" type big screen feature length film. Lots of drama including, unfortunately, his nearly being murdered. Some sexy, romantic stuff which turns to drama with his love story with Pattie, and his many intrigues with other women. George experienced a push and pull between spiritual austerity and hedonism and he laughed about his immersion in Eastern thought, said "I bet the others think I'm crazy," or words to that effect. George was the first Beatle to visit what was to them the Promised Land of America. He was quite witty and wry and sharp in his remarks, like the other Fabs.( They all have great senses of humor.) I read he had to use an outhouse growing up, his family was so poor. Interesting that he experienced both extremes, financially. It's interesting, rather unusual for a rock star, that he truly believed in God and wasn't shy, embarrassed or wary about talking and singing about it. He does seem more religious and spiritual minded than the other Beatles, though they're not averse to it. They heeded the siren call of the Far East too, in their own manner. George's story features tragedy in his dying from cancer at a fairly young age. He'd been prolific and no telling what music he would have come out with, had he more time to learn and grow. Maybe another masterpiece, like "All Things Must Pass." He had some French in him as well as Irish and English. I read some of his ancestors hailed from Normandy. George is often touted as the most talented guitarist in the Beatles. The Traveling Wilburys were rather unique--and of course the Fabs seemed to start it all when it comes to rock and pop bands or super star groups, heightened it vastly further after Buddy Holly's band, and "skiffle." George Harrison is a huge part of legendary music history! So it's a bit ironic he sometimes expressed ambivalence about being in the Beatles and sometimes even said he disliked or regretted that some. Said Beatlemania had gotten on his nerves.