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London Film Festival: George Best Documentary Isn't Just a 'Rise-and-Fall' Story

“I see this man walking down the center of the road. This poor man is all soaking wet, hunched over and I think: ‘Oh my God, that poor, homeless tramp,’” begins George Best: All By Himself, a new feature-length documentary about the iconic football star who died in 2005 that receives its world premiere during London Film Festival. “Then I realize,” says the speaker, “it’s my husband, drunk as a skunk, staggering home.
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