This film is from the point of view of a cameraman following a young woman through the streets of a city. He chases her down an alley and knocks her over, in a symbolic form of video assault. No dialogue.
John and Yoko in the presidential suite at the Hilton Amsterdam, which they had decorated with hand-drawn signs above their bed reading "Bed Peace." They invited the global press into their room to discuss peace for 12 hours every day.
A music video was made for this song which was premiered on "The Dick Cavett Show" on 11 September 1971 when John Lennon and Yoko Ono were guests on the programme.(The video is introduced ... See full summary »
Yoko pans up a bunch of naked legs one at a time and cuts right before the shot gets to the good stuff. Party chatter in the background and sometimes there is a guessing game if the legs belong to a man and a woman. As repetitive imagery goes, this works pretty well.
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