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Reflections on Love (1966)

London. 1960's. The explosion of colors and the Beatlemania all over the place, also conquering the world. A perfect time and place to find someone special and fall in love. Or is it? ... See full summary »

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Jenny Boyd ...
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Himself (as The Beatles)
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Jane Lumb
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Michael Morris ...
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London. 1960's. The explosion of colors and the Beatlemania all over the place, also conquering the world. A perfect time and place to find someone special and fall in love. Or is it? Director Joe Massot presents this background setting of many young newlyweds, people finding love or trying to find in some way or another. A representation of love intertwined with UK's cultural explosion at the time, with extensive archive footage from the period. Written by Rodrigo Amaro

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May 1966 (France)  »

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A glimpse at how a marriage went in swinging London
13 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A dazzlingly mod yet oddly old-fashioned romantic view of heterosexual couples in the swinging youth scene of 1960s London. One couple in particular is followed from first glimpse to matrimony. Notable trends and fads of the time are featured. Beatlemania is represented with newsreel-type footage of the Fab Four and many of the shots also feature the Carnaby Street fashions popular at the time. Some scenes give the look of an Avedon Vogue fashion shoot put in motion, particularly the bride traipsing through the rubble that opens the film. The city of London itself is shown to good advantage. This short film is also notable for featuring super groupie/rock star wife, Jenny Boyd (Donovan, Mick Fleetwood) as a young newlywed.


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