HARD DAY'S NIGHT, A
Q: "Are you a mod or a rocker?" Ringo: "I'm a mocker." Q: "Tell me, how did you find America?" John: "Turn left at Greenland." In the band's screen debut, the Beatles' abundant charisma and American director Richard Lester's effervescent style — a by-now much-imitated amalgam of TV commercial-honed technique, French New Wave style and documentary-like immediacy — won over middle-aged film critics and the public alike, helping to dispel any lingering suspicions of the Fab Four's passing faddishness. DIR Richard Lester; SCR Alun Owen; PROD Walter Shenson. UK, 1964, b&w, 87 min. NOT RATED
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