A pre-fame Beatles head for the seedy clubs of Hamburg in search of success. The band meet up with a group of trendy German beatniks, one of whom (Astrid Kircherr) bass guitarist Stuart Sutcliffe falls in love with. Whilst best friend John Lennon can only watch, Sutcliffe has to choose between rock 'n roll and a new life in Germany... Written by
5 guys, 4 legends, 3 lovers, 2 friends, 1 band.
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Did You Know?
In the film, Stephen Dorff
as Sutcliffe played a Hofner President Bass with chrome humbucker pick-ups. In real life, Stuart Sutcliffe played one with wood single coil pick-ups. See more
There are at least one movie posters visible, that aren't from that period. "Svezia, inferno e paradiso" (aka Sweden: Heaven and Hell) movie released in 1968, and it can seen in movie theatre scene (At 01:05). See more
She thinks I'm queer, Astrid.
You heard her. She thinks I fancy you.
That's not what she said. What she said was she thinks we love one another.
And what did you say?
I might have grunted.
At the very end of the end titles, long after all the other music credits have run, one last music credit appears on the otherwise blank screen: "TIME TO GO HOME, Written by Maria Bird, Published by Minder Music." See more
Features Les Enfants Terribles
I Remember You
Written by Johnny Mercer
Composed by Victor Schertzinger
© 1942 Paramount Music Corp/Famous Music Corps
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