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The film follows the travels and accounts of Mark Chapman (Jonas Ball) and gives the watcher an insight into his mind. It starts with him in Hawaii and how he does not fit in with anyone including his job; family; friends etc. He says he is searching for a purpose in his life and that it has no direction. He seeks refuge in the public library where he finds the book, 'The Catcher in the Rye'. He becomes obsessed with the book and believes that he himself is the protaganist in the book, Holden Caulfield. He believes the ideas in the book reflect his own personal life and how he does not fit in anywhere and he reads it constantly. He then finds another book in the library about The Beatles singer John Lennon and begins a personal hatred for him.

  1. Andrew Piddington

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Jonas Ball

    Jonas Ball

    Mark Chapman

  2. Joe Abbate

    Taxi Driver

  3. Gail Kay Bell

    Psychiatrist

  4. J. Francis Curley

    Security Guard

  5. Nicole Delorey

    Record Shop Girl

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The Killing of John Lennon
The Killing of John Lennon

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Status Released

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  • December 7, 2007
    15
    Theatrical

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    Only those over 15 years are admitted. Nobody younger than 15 can rent or buy a 15-rated VHS, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, UMD or game, or watch a film in the cinema with this rating. Films under this category can contain adult themes, hard drugs, frequent strong language and limited use of very strong language, strong violence and strong sex references, and nudity without graphic detail. Sexual activity may be portrayed but without any strong detail. Sexual violence may be shown if discreet and justified by context.

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 54m

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