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Across the Universe (10-Sep-2007)

Director: Julie Taymor

Writers: Dick Clement; Ian La Frenais; Julie Taymor

Keywords: Musical, Drama

An American girl entertains a relationship with a poor British artist amidst the tumultuous 1960s and music of The Beatles.

ABSTRACT
A musical utilizing the music of The Beatles and prevailing psychedelic culture of the late 1960s to frame a love story, Across the Universe follows Lucy, a privileged young woman of American extraction, and Jude, a working-class British artist, as they embark on a hallucinogenic romance shaped by the Fab Four's greatest hits and guided by mysterious individuals Dr. Robert and Mr. Kite.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joe Anderson
Actor
26-Mar-1982   Across the Universe
Dylan Baker
Actor
7-Oct-1959   Murder One
Bono
Singer
10-May-1960   Lead singer of U2
Joe Cocker
Singer/Songwriter
20-May-1944   Singer-slash-contortionist
Linda Emond
Actor
22-May-1959   Julie & Julia
Salma Hayek
Actor
2-Sep-1966   Frida
Bill Irwin
Actor
11-Apr-1950   My Blue Heaven
Eddie Izzard
Comic
7-Feb-1962   Bloke in a dress going on and on
Harry Lennix
Actor
16-Nov-1964   Boyd Langton on Dollhouse
Jim Sturgess
Actor
16-May-1981   Across the Universe
James Urbaniak
Actor
17-Sep-1963   Dr. Venture on The Venture Bros.
Evan Rachel Wood
Actor
7-Sep-1987   S1m0ne

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