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« on: December 11, 2022, 04:48:19 AM »

It would start at the Hite Morgan sessions and end at Pet Sounds for part 1, and for part 2 it would begin at Sunflower sessions at end at the chart explosion of Endless summer. The main reason I chose these years is because it's their most important years. From being the car-loving surf group that wish they could all be california girls to being on the cusp of truly great with Pet Sounds. Juxtapose that with a rock group struggling to rebuild their image but slowly sinking their way into becoming an oldies act. I think it would make the most sense to make part 1 a more traditional biopic and part 2 more of an indie/arthouse film. Part 1 should be more from Brian's POV but I do want to be fair and incorporate the feelings everyone had at around that time. Part 2 I'm leaning more on Carl's POV as I think he took up being leader after Brian went to bed but same thing with part 1 with everyone getting to be seen as how they were and how they felt. I did take inspiration from Love & Mercy a little bit with the two different periods thing but I split the two eras into two seperate movies and it's not just about Brian's musical growth but everyone's emerging talent. Maybe call part 1 "The Warmth Of The Sun" and part 2 "Feel Flows"
Idk just something I've been thinking on for a while.
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