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|Beatles film gets seagoing premiere next year|
[Posted by Dave Haber on Tuesday, 09/28/10 2:26 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
Woody Lifton, promoter and host of Beatles Tribute Cruise, and writer/director Peter McNamee have announced that McNamee's greatly celebrated film "Let Him Be" will have its oceanic premiere on the Beatles Tribute Cruise next March.
"Let Him Be" is the fictional story of two film students who discover a tape inside an old video camera bought at a garage sale. The tape contains a brief clip of an older man who bears more than a passing resemblance to an older John Lennon. Is Lennon alive and living? The film, which has received fantastic reviews, documents their quest from start to finish as Tim wants no one to question or doubt the incredible discovery they have made.
|Mark Staycer as Noel Snow in "Let Him Be"|
Woody says, "I'd like to personally thank Peter McNamee for having the courage to create this movie and for offering our Beatles Tribute Cruisers the rare opportunity to preview the movie."
The movie stars Mark Staycer, Kathleen Munroe and Sean Clement. For more info, you can visit the film's website.
The Beatles Tribute Cruise sails from Miami, FL on the Liberty of The Seas from March 5-13, 2011. Beatles' celebrities on board will include Laurence Juber, Tony Bramwell and the World's Greatest Beatles Artist Shannon. Musical entertainment will be provided by Yesterday - A Tribute to the Beatles. For more information on the Beatles Tribute Cruise, visit www.BeatlesTributeCruise.com.
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