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The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart (2020)

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An exploration of the history of the Bee Gees, featuring revealing interviews with oldest brother Barry Gibb, and archival interviews with the late twin brothers Robin and Maurice.

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Frank Marshall

Writer:

Mark Monroe
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Barry Gibb ... Self
Maurice Gibb ... Self (archive footage)
Robin Gibb ... Self (archive footage)
Peter Brown ... Self - NEMS Management Team
Eric Clapton ... Self - Singer-Songwriter
Vince Melouney ... Self - Bee Gees' Guitarist 1967-1969
Mark Ronson ... Self - Producer / Musician / Songwriter
Noel Gallagher ... Self - Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Oasis
Mykael S. Riley ... Self - Musician / Singer-Songwriter - Steel Pulse, Music Producer - Westminster School of Arts
Lulu ... Self - Musician / Singer-Songwriter
Nick Jonas ... Self - Actor / Musician / Singer-Songwriter, Jonas Brothers
Alan Kendall ... Self - Bee Gees' Guitarist 1971-1980 & 1989-2001
Yvonne Gibb ... Self - Maurice's Widow
Bill Oakes ... Self - Former CEO, RSO Records
Dennis Byron ... Self - Bee Gees' Drummer 1974 - 1979
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An exploration of the history of the Bee Gees, featuring revealing interviews with oldest brother Barry Gibb, and archival interviews with the late twin brothers Robin and Maurice.

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Documentary | Music

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The closing song,"Butterfly" was originally recorded by The Bee Gees in 1966, but heard here in a new version by Barry Gibb with Gillian Welch and David Rawlings from his duets album Greenfields. See more »

Quotes

Barry Gibb: I am beginning to recognize the fact that nothing is true. Nothing. It's all down to perception.
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Connections

Features Bee Gees: How Deep Is Your Love (1977) See more »

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21 December 2020 | by nicgasSee all my reviews

My husband watched this without me and had to wake me up to tell me how amazingly interesting it was. He should have never done it. I've watched this at least 5 times in the past week alone and have now become re-obsessed with all things Bee Gees! I found the story so compelling due to the fact that The Bee Gees were just a normal part of everyday life, especially during Disco. I remember vividly the Disco Demolition at Comiskey Park and finding it so very humorous at the ripe age of 11. I am now apologizing directly to Barry Gibb for my immaturity. Their stunning talent combined with years and years of hard work is nothing to dismiss as is evident in this documentary. If you were like me in the late '70's and "forgot" The Bee Gees, I highly suggest you watch this. I promise Barry will forgive you for your childish past transgressions. The Brothers Gibb are to be revered!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 December 2020 (USA) See more »

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