A new feature documentary focusing on the “greatest break-up album of all time”. Exploring music, obsession, love, loss and fading youth over the 30 year lifespan of The Wedding Present’s much-heralded 1987 debut LP, 'George Best'.

Directed by Andrew Jezard this documentary will explore the 30 year lifespan of a record that has come to define youth in the minds of so many for whom those days are long since past.

Since attending the 20th anniversary "George Best" tour this documentary has been in the mind of the director. The 30 year tour and the statement from the band that this will be the last ever time that "George Best" is performed live provided the perfect opportunity to finally tell this story...

"At the ULU gig in 2007 that featured the album in full I was amazed by the fan-base who very clearly had  been there the first time round in 1987 and, seemingly for one night only, were transported back to their youth.
The album itself with its everyday, extremely relatable lyrics about the breakdown of a relationship make it almost impossible to listen to without allowing feelings of loss, regret or nostalgia to creep in.
With the passing of time it seems to serve as a direct link to a part of people that has maybe gone but certainly not been forgotten during the intervening years and I now include myself amongst those compelled by it in this way."
Andrew Jezard

More than just a 'making of' account, this documentary is crafted very much as a love story; with all the emotions and turmoil that entails. The lyrics themselves, the way that people connect with the album and the reasons that people still hold it dear so many years later all feed into this narrative.