Paul McCartney in Red Square 2003Brian Ray | David Frost | Paul McCartney
For the Russian audience, McCartney's appearance in Moscow is little short of a miracle. The Beatles were banned for decades by the Soviet government, which regarded their music as the epitome of Western decadence and propaganda, and the fans' only access to the group was through the occasional photo or black market album. Their reaction to his 2003 visit is a mixture of frenzy and rapture.
Won 1 Primetime Emmy
1h 30min | Documentary, Music
Stars: Paul McCartney, Brian Ray, David Frost
Director: Mark Haefeli
Subtitle: No Subtitle
Rating: Not Rated
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