I am actually still waiting to watch this, because for the last several weeks we've had no living room furniture. (I donated the old, ratty set, and it took awhile for the new couch and love seat to come in.) The new stuff is supposed to be here this Friday, and I am looking forward to watching the movie on a comfy sofa and without all the horrid deadline pressure I was under a couple of weeks ago.
New furniture! How exciting! I would have waited too.
How can I see this in the uk?
I'm so angry with myself -- I missed this! I waited too long, and last week I checked OnDemand, and it was GONE. Usually, movies stay in the queue longer than that; also, there's usually a tag that reads "Available until such-and-such a date," and I don't recall seeing that.Grrrrrrrr.l...nobody to blame but myself.
It's on Netflix or try your library. If they don't have it they may be able to do an interlibrary loan.
Thanks, Kelley! I was just at the library today, but it never occurred to me to look for it. I'll go back. I'm tempted to try Netflix again, but now that they are an all-streaming service I'm worried that -- technophobe that I am -- I won't be able to figure it out.
Have just watched the film and have to say that Freda Kelly is another fine example of the great people who the fabs were lucky enough to have working for them. She is lovely, with a strong personality who has clearly suffered much in her life and has a wisdom about life and fame and money. I really warmed to her. It was a nice touch that Apple have cleared it for original music to be used and Ringo's message at the end was lovely, albeit littered with "peace and love" thing.
That sums it up well nowhereman! I love Freda and this film and there was only one thing that bothered me as I watched. When they were in the attic looking at her memorabilia I cringed because that stuff won't last being stored that way. I hope an archivist will see this and offer to help her preserve it properly. That's just the library archivist/genealogist in me talking!
She's served the Beatles well, firstly when she worked for them and secondly by not telling all sorts of naughty stories - she clearly "knows" things .
Netflix is releasing Good Ol' Frida on Dec.3
Oops! I didn't read the fine print. Or click far enough. Maybe they will stream it.
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