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Jason Butler Harner,
Isaac C. Singleton Jr.
A photographer and her girlfriend are roommates. She is stuck with small-change shooting jobs and dreams of success. When her roommate decides to get married and leave, she feels hurt and has to learn how to deal with living alone.
The hotel scenes were filmed at the Avenida Palace hotel in Barcelona. Incidentally, the Beatles stayed there in the Master Suite, Rooms 109-110-111, while giving their only concert in Barcelona 3 July 1965 at the Plaza de Toros Monumental. See more »
In the film, set in April 1963, John and Brian go to see the Ingmar Bergman film "The Silence" (The Silence), which was first released in Sweden in September 1963. See more »
I find you an engaging and remarkable man, Brian. I've never met a man like you. I don't really want to have it off with you.
But you've never ruled it out?
Well, that would be putting you in an awful place, wouldn't it?
It has to be better than what I've been feeling lately.
If you don't fuck me, who will you fuck? It's a cold, cruel world out there, Brian. Everyone thinks we're off humpin' the weekend away. That really fuckin' pisses me off.
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Thought-provoking meditation on the relationship between Lennon and Epstein
This movie explores the complex relationship between John Lennon and homosexual Beatles manager Brian Epstein. In April 1963, Lennon and Epstein took a trip to Barcelona together, and what may have happened there is the subject of this finely nuanced film. Epstein struggles with his desperate, hopeless love for Lennon, and the surly, sharp-witted and cruel Lennon is torn between needling him about it and relieving his suffering. Watching them spar in conversation is fascinating. Contrary to what it might sound like, the movie is not exploitative. Instead it is a meditation on the frequently tortured friendship between these two men. Very well done!
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