Good Ol Freda

There’s a chance that a Beatles documentary may not interest you simply because of how exhaustively the band’s been covered in the past. The idea that anyone could deliver their stories from a new angle seems unduly incredible, which is probably what makes Good Ol’ Freda all the more impressive.

Freda Kelly was the band’s secretary from before their rise to fame through their dissolution, and, yes, she has some stories to tell.

And if Landon’s review is to be believed, it’s really the way she tells them that will make us all fall in love with her. The trailer is charming enough to back that claim up, so check it out for yourself:


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