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Lennon Naked (2010)

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In 1964, a reluctant Lennon is persuaded by manager Brian Epstein to meet Freddie Lennon , the father who abandoned him seventeen years earlier, with the press in attendance. The meeting is brief and bitter.

Three years later, Epstein is dead and Lennon invites his father to his mansion but again things turn sour, because of his father's drinking and insulting Mimi Smith, the aunt who raised Lennon throughout his childhood.

The Beatles set up Apple Records, but the press are hostile and Lennon's comment that "We're more popular than Jesus" does not help.

Rows with his long-suffering wife, Cynthia , lead to a marital breakdown and Lennon's meeting with Japanese visual artist Yoko Ono .

Family history is repeated as Lennon leaves Cynthia and their son, Julian, for Ono — by whom he has a second son Sean.

In 1969 Lennon returns his M.B.E. in protest at Britain's support for the Vietnam War while his stunts with Ono to promote peace alienate the press.

Some months later he disbands The Beatles to the other members' annoyance and, after arguments with fellow songwriter, bandmate and friend, Paul McCartney , sees a therapist, who regresses him to the day his father left him.

Lennon learns that his father needs his help to write a biography, leading to one last showdown between Lennon and his father.


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