The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart (Drive-In)

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Showings

Lagoon Park - Marin Center Sat, Oct 17 7:30 PM
Film Info
Section:Valley of the Docs
Big Nights: Film
Drive-In
Country:US
Year:2020
Running Time:111 min.
Language:English
Director:Frank Marshall
Producer:Nigel Sinclair
Jeanne Elfant Festa
Mark Monroe
Frank Marshall
Screenwriter:Mark Monroe
Cast:Robin Gibb
Barry Gibb
Maurice Gibb
Andy Gibb
Print Source:HBO
Note Writer:Zoë Elton

Description

Screening note: This is a drive-in screening. Be sure to arrive early as all films will begin on time! For virtual streaming tickets, please click here.

 

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CLOSING NIGHT: It’s all about the harmony for the British-born, Australian-raised Gibb brothers—Robin, Barry, Maurice, and later on, Andy—who came to fame as the Bee Gees. Frank Marshall’s infectiously watchable film is a trip through their life and times, through their highs and lows. With harmonies as tight as their signature pants, the Bee Gees’ star ascended in the mid '60s, only to wane in the early '70s, their tours reduced to backwater bars. But then came Saturday Night Fever, that iconic, era-defining film—and their extraordinary soundtrack. The Bee Gees were back, and doing more than just Stayin' Alive. The eventual decline of disco found the multitalented brothers turn to producing and songwriting for the likes of Barbra Streisand and Dionne Warwick. What emerges in Marshall’s definitive Bee Gees story are their breathtaking talents, and a reminder of their amazing songbook. This is a foot-tapping, sing-a-long anthem of a film, filled with soaring falsetto harmonies—and isn’t that just what we need, right now?

 

A Telluride Film Festival selection

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