It builds a very tenuous story by linking many Beatles songs together in a visual, musical incarnation of a drug-induced LSD vision of an anti-American, anti-Christian Communist humanist utopia. Except for the music, the movie fails on practically all accounts and contains extreme sex and nudity. Content: HHH, CoCoCo, PCPCPC, APAPAP, HoHoHo, LLL, VV, SSS, NNN, AAA, DDD, MMM Very strong humanist, politically correct Cultural Marxist worldview with very strong anti-American elements, very strong homosexual references, and no positive religious references, only references to drug-induced mind expansion; 33 obscenities and 6 profanities; some intense violence with scenes of war, bomb blows up, men fighting, scenes of fighting in war, scenes of bullets hitting soldiers, and scenes of simulated symbolic acts of violence; implied sex, depicted sex, scenes of simulated symbolic acts of sex, and drawings of sex, and very strong homosexual references; scenes of full and partial nudity; very strong alcohol; very strong smoking and drug use; and, all authority is bad and evil, lying to parents and girlfriends, stealing, and rebellion. It starts with all the Beatles music, according to the press notes, and builds a very tenuous story by linking the songs together in a visual, musical incarnation of a drug induced LSD vision. The movie wants to explore the s in a warm, nostalgic way. The movie opens with Jude sitting on a beach singing one of the Beatles songs. Jude leaves his ship factory in Liverpool, signs on as a seaman on a freighter and illegally jumps ship in America, Later in the movie, he makes a comment about how liberating it feels to be an illegal immigrant.
I knocked on the bathroom door to give her the clothes I had found for her. It's okay, come in, she said. I opened the door, and saw her, wrapped in a towel that barely covered her.
Alison Tyler Behind the Scenes Que rica mujer