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Honeymoon (1969)

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This a short documentary of John and Yoko's "Bed-in for Peace", filmed in their hotel room in Amsterdam, 1969, during their honeymoon.




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This a short documentary of John and Yoko's "Bed-in for Peace", filmed in their hotel room in Amsterdam, 1969, during their honeymoon.

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The documentary film Bed Peace is a fascinating document of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's "Bed-In for Peace" event
13 August 2011 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Just watched a film called Bed Peace, about John Lennon and Yoko Ono's week-long stay at a hotel room in Montreal in order to sell the notion of peace to the public during the time of turbulence during the late '60s. Among one of the first visitors was cartoonist Al Capp, creator of "Li'l Abner", who condescendingly discusses their recent album cover (of which John and Yoko appeared stark naked) and mentions a certain passage of "The Ballad of John and Yoko". Despite his less-than-welcome manners, he's quite funny with his comments. We also see comedian Tom Smothers discussing how the establishment seems out to get him. All right, most of what is depicted here seems a bit too pretentious in trying to get the message out, particularly from Yoko but it's obvious their hearts are in the right place. And what a treat to see the performance of "Give Peace a Chance", having previously seen it out of context years ago, finally in the right sequence of events as chronologically depicted. I also liked some of the scenes with Yoko's then-toddler daughter. Hope she's doing well. This short was only available for free viewing on YouTube as linked from the Imagine Peace site (which is pulling it after midnight) which I found out about from the Mark Evanier one. Like I said, not always easy to watch all the way through during some of the more monotonous stretches but fascinating nonetheless.

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