Surprise appearances by Bono, Joe Cocker and, apparently, Eddie Izzard. This movie was nice, fun and groovy. It is much better than another time piece, "Love and Glory," and almost as good as, "Taking Woodstock." As a piece of art, it kicks ass. As a movie, it is a good companion piece to, "Taking Woodstock." Now, I have to find a third Hippie movie to recommend.
There were several instances of the movie looking deeper into Beatles music, at the epoch. So, "Strawberry Fields," became a very poignant montage of the Vietnam war.
Not the best movie ever. It started off on the wrong foot. It looked like a movie for girls only. And the lip-sync was bad in many places. But I think this is a movie to be seen!