LENNONYC tracks the near-decade that John Lennon, wife Yoko Ono, and the pair’s son Sean spent in New York during the 1970s. During that time, he wrote plenty of unforgettable music, including “Woman” and “Mind Games,” and remained active in progressive political causes. As well, the city had an influence on the pair, and vice versa; all of this is tracked in the documentary.
- Includes never-before-heard studio talkback from recording sessions, including from Double Fantasy
- Also includes outtakes from concert and home movies
- Traces struggle to avoid deportation during the Nixon administration
- Extensive interviews with Yoko Ono, Elton John, and photographer Bob Gruen
Good to Know
- As originally seen on PBS
- On one Blu-ray disc
- Not rated
- Run time: 115 minutes
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