After a few film duds recently I thought a documentary was in order as they are pretty much always well done.
I have seen plenty of film footage of The Beatles and John Lennon, but apparently this had a lot of footage from Yoko Ono’s personal collection, so it was good to see some new stuff. There were also interviews with various people such as Julian and Sean, but none from the other Beatles.
I am not really a fan of his music, but it was good music, and Paul McCartney’s music after The Beatles was pale in comparison.
The interviews with The Beatles early on in their career were funny, they had great senses of humour, all four of them, and were obviously enjoying the limelight at that point.
A very good documentary.
Date watched: July 3rd
Film count 2015: 89