Four teenage boys come of age in Oslo at the time when Beatlemania hit Norway. Kim, Gunnar, Ola and Seb each take on one of the Fab Four's names and plan to start their own band during a time of great political upheaval. At the same time, they blunder through their formative years in ways all at once endearing, entertaining, and heartbreaking. The boys struggle with archaic textbooks and ancient teachers, attempt to be rebellious, and, of course, discover girls. Based on Lars Saabye Christensen's beloved bestseller of the same title, Beatles hits all the right notes with a familiar soundtrack (scored by Magne Furuholmen, keyboardist of the synthpop/rock band a-ha) and nostalgic recollection of losing innocence and the importance of friendship.
Did You Know?
When the boys first listen to the album "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" the turntable lowers the needle on Track 4. In the next shot the music starts at the beginning of the album and the needle is on Track 1. See more
LET IT BE
Performed by The Beatles
Composers: John Lennon
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Composition licensed by courtesy of Sony/ATV Music Publishing Scandinavia
Recording licensed by courtesy of Calderstone Productions Ltd (a division of Universal Music Group) and Apple Corps Ltd
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