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Release Date:
1 February 2000 (USA) See more »
John Lennon and Paul McCartney have a chat about their lives, and if "The Beatles" will ever reunite. The movie takes place in 1976. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Aidan Quinn ... Paul McCartney

Jared Harris ... John Lennon
Ric Reid ... TV Interviewer
Martin Martinuzzi ... Limo Driver
Neil Foster ... Concierge
Joe Bostick ... Elevator Attendant
Jeremy Tracz ... Political Activist

Ian Eugene Ryan ... Dreadlocked Man (as Ian Ryan)
Scott Wickware ... Officer Francis

Robert Seeliger ... Second Officer
Louis Di Bianco ... Luigi
Derek Aasland ... Young Man
David Gardner ... Older Man
Pixie Bigelow ... Older Woman

Heather Hodgson ... Woman with Dog
Andy Pandoff ... Night Time Concierge
David Talbot ... Night Time Elevator Attendant
Rose Sarkisyan ... Middle-Aged Woman

Joanne Boland ... Patty
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Hassan Koubba ... Jim
Eleanor Bron ... Lone waving diner (uncredited)
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Directed by
Michael Lindsay-Hogg 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mark Stanfield 

Produced by
Bob Aaronson .... executive producer
Leon Falk .... executive producer
Deborah Ann Henderson .... producer
Suzanne Lauer .... associate producer
Original Music by
David Schwartz 
Cinematography by
Miroslaw Baszak 
Film Editing by
Norman Buckley 
Casting by
Margery Simkin 
Production Design by
Jasna Stefanovic 
Art Direction by
Ingrid Jurek 
Set Decoration by
Peter Atto 
Costume Design by
Maxyne Baker 
Makeup Department
Russell Cate .... special makeup artist: Mr. Quinn and Mr. Harris
Katarina Chovanec .... wig designer
Catherine Davies Irvine .... key makeup artist (as Catherine Anne Davies Irvine)
Production Management
Mary Pantelidis .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jill Girling .... second assistant director
David McLeod .... first assistant director
Art Department
Ian Brock .... set designer
Craig Harris .... set dresser
Liz Parker .... lead set dresser
Eric Summerley .... lead carpenter
Allan Westlake .... construction manager
Don White .... property master
Sound Department
Gary Alexander .... sound re-recording mixer
John Asman .... sound re-recording mixer (as John B. Asman)
Sam Black .... sound re-recording mixer
Allen Hurd .... sound recordist
Bill McMillan .... sound mixer
Matthew Stark .... boom operator
Robert Webber .... supervising sound editor
Special Effects by
Ted Shackleton .... special effects coordinator
John Stoneham Jr. .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Colin Akoon .... camera trainee
Darren Boyce .... key grip
Randy Brown .... generator operator
Bob Davidson .... gaffer
Marni Grossman .... still photographer
J.P. Locherer .... camera operator
Christine Panowyk .... first assistant camera
Paul Sullivan .... camera: b
Paul Sullivan .... steadicam operator
Denise Taylor .... second assistant camera
Greg Whiteside .... 24 frame video operator
Casting Department
Stephanie Gorin .... casting: Canada
Luella Lauber .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Carole Costello .... wardrobe supervisor
Angela Elter .... shopper
Lindsay Jacobs .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Jeff McEvoy .... assistant editor
Music Department
Stan Jones .... music editor
Martin Lewis .... song consultant
Derek Syverud .... music clearances
Peter Erskine .... musician: drums (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Brian Clark .... transportation captain
David Di Venanzo .... transportation captain
Chris Radley Walters .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Brooks Baldwin .... dialect coach
Diane Clute .... script supervisor
Jeremy Gauthier .... location manager
Martin Lewis .... technical advisor
Paul Mark .... assistant to director
Jill McCullough .... dialect coach
Jeff McEvoy .... title designer: main titles
Fran Solomon .... production coordinator
Dave Watson .... production executive
Sheila Woodley .... production accountant

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Rated PG-13 for drug content and language
89 min

Did You Know?

When John Lennon offers Paul McCartney the chocolate, he says "Take this, brother. May it serve you well." This is a direct quote of a line Lennon spoke in the background to the song "Revolution 9" and in the scene, it is meant to be a joke between the two.See more »
Continuity: The movie begins with a message that the meeting it is dramatizing between John and Paul took place in April 1976 but when they got out into Central Park the leaves on the trees are yellow and the fact that there are yellow/brown leaves all over the ground indicate it would actually be late Sept or early Oct.See more »
John Lennon:You're getting old, mate.
Paul McCartney:Speak for yourself, dad. I've still got me pretty face, you see?
John Lennon:That you have.
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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Talking Movie....., 24 January 2003
Author: rbrb

Recently shown on cable tv the movie opens with a disclaimer distancing itself from any co-operation of real life persons; that in itself is an eye catcher. Yet the script and acting from the main characters is superb and I found myself engrossed throughout.Due in no small way to the crisp, thoughtful and interesting dialogue.The film is about a meeting on one day between two real life musical "legends" who formerly composed together then seperated.The film captures the essence of their lives and philosophies, in a story which proffers an explanation for their initial "split". What is so impressive is that the actors give such seemingly realistic portrayals of the characters they play,faults and all, that this viewer at least was left believing I was witnessing a true event in almost every detail. The great skill of this play is that with astute writing and fine acting a movie basically about "two of us" talking can make an excellent picture. Worthy of at least an 8 out of 10.

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