10 Reasons to Watch the Film “I Wanna Hold Your Hand”

This is the first full-length experience of Robert Zemeckis, and the producer Steven Spielberg had to promise to investors to look after the quality of the resulting film. As a result, his intervention was not needed.

  • In addition to the title track, 17 original Beatles songs were used as the soundtrack. She Loves You – the whole two times.

  • The film shows the real shots of the performance of the "Liverpool Four" at the popular show Ed Sullivan in 1964. They were combined with staged scenes of general plans, where the Beatles depicted twins.

  • Despite the fact that the axis of the plot is a real historical event – the arrival of The Beatles in the US, this is absolutely staging movie, with fictional characters.

  • On the one hand, this film is a typical representative of the genre coming of age (a movie about teenagers), on the other – this is an exciting and with the piety created by the movie tritribute "Beatles" and "Beatlemania".

  • As you might guess, the film I Wanna Hold Your Hand received its name from the song The Beatles in 1963.

  • Each viewer will be able to identify himself with one of the heroes: the errant Rosie Petrovsky, the pragmatic Grace Corrigan, the touchingly naive Pam Mitchell, the rustic Larry Dubois, the activist Janice Goldman or the hooligan Tony Smerko.

  • As TV presenter Ed Sullivan warns: "Be ready for a shrill shriek, hysterics, fainting, seizures, convulsions and even attempts at suicide. All this is absolutely normal, all this means that teenagers enjoy themselves. "

    This is the first full-length experience of Robert Zemeckis, and the producer Steven Spielberg had to promise to investors to look after the quality of the resulting film. As a result, his intervention was not needed.

  • In addition to the title track, 17 original Beatles songs were used as the soundtrack. She Loves You – the whole two times.

  • The film shows the real shots of the performance of the "Liverpool Four" at the popular show Ed Sullivan in 1964. They were combined with staged scenes of general plans, where the Beatles depicted twins.

  • Despite the fact that the axis of the plot is a real historical event – the arrival of The Beatles in the US, this is absolutely staging movie, with fictional characters.

  • On the one hand, this film is a typical representative of the genre coming of age (a movie about teenagers), on the other – this is an exciting and with the piety created by the movie tritribute "Beatles" and "Beatlemania".

  • As you might guess, the film I Wanna Hold Your Hand received its name from the song The Beatles in 1963.

  • Each viewer will be able to identify himself with one of the heroes: the errant Rosie Petrovsky, the pragmatic Grace Corrigan, the touchingly naive Pam Mitchell, the rustic Larry Dubois, the activist Janice Goldman or the hooligan Tony Smerko.

  • As TV presenter Ed Sullivan warns: "Be ready for a shrill shriek, hysterics, fainting, seizures, convulsions and even attempts at suicide. All this is absolutely normal, all this means that teenagers enjoy themselves. "

  • "The Beatles are Elvis Presley, multiplied by four"

  • They say that Ringo Starr terribly hated Beatlemania and this film in particular. And we love!

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