Two New Films Celebrate John Lennon

by William Carl Ferleman

23 September 2010

On what might have been John Lennon's 70th birthday, two new films commemorate the musician.
 

Two new films about John Lennon will be released to celebrate the musician’s birthday, 9 October. Nowhere Boy is a British biopic that examines Lennon’s childhood and early musical influences. LENNONYC, on the other hand, studies Lennon during the 1970s, when he lived in New York City; it will be shown on PBS on 22 November.

 

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