George Harrison: Living in the Material World is an outstanding documentary by Martin Scorsese, mostly about the post-Beatle years of the singer/songwriter. I thought I knew a pretty good amount about him, but almost everything in this film was a revelation. The film spends a lot of time on his life and personality away from music, which is a nice departure from previous films. It also has a ton of archival footage that I had never seen, and even more new interview footage with many people who knew and worked with him.
Even for the passing fan of the music, this film is a must-see. Nice work to everyone who worked on it!