A Hard Day's Night Review

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Escaping hordes of fans, the Beatles board a train for London to play on a live TV show. Joined by their manager Norm and Paul’s grandfather, the band groove at a nightspot before Ringo goes AWOL, throwing the whole television appearance into jeopardy.


Witty, authentic and cannily played by the Fabs and supporting ensemble, this is not only an invaluable record of Beatlemania, but it also brought the Nouvelle Vague to British filmmaking and invented the pop video. Still wonderful, and a bona fide musical masterpiece.

Make a date to catch this on the big screen and be rewarded with pure magic.