To this day I still find it cool that people think the director was serious when he made this movie. This is obviously fake people. As a film, it's pretty entertaining and kept my interest most of the time. The story is of how the director received a package from London titled "the last testament of George Harrison." Right off the bat I could tell this was fake, why would whoever send this, send it to an obscure movie production company? Anyway, we are then treated to someone sounding like George talking about how Paul McCartney was killed in a car accident, then replaced with a double. The clues presented in this film were clever and something not the average fan would notice. Especially the Lonely Hearts Club Band cover, it had me looking through google images to see it for myself. But the part about "backwards mixing" immediately lost me. It's the same thing that the college kids found when this same "hoax" came out. (yes it's based on a real hoax.) Whoever edited the film, cudos to you. You did a good job, even though it was simple, it kept me interested. When the story started involving MI5, the story got a little more interesting. The fictional Maxwell character was intimidating, even if we never saw him. The film's hoax mixes with John Lennon's death and the attack on George Harrison after they both threatened to expose "Faul's" secret. The film ultimately stops and has no ending, we should expect that from a movie like this. Overall, the movie was alright, but it tries to use an old hoax to cash in some.