‘No Where Boy’ Film Review

By Cristina Aguirre

While Elvis Presley was creating music history in the 1950’s, John Lennon (Aaron Johnson) was coming of age and looking for guidance between his Aunt Mimi (Kristin Scott Thomas), who raised him and his mother that left him as a child. Lennon turns to art, which would be the start of the Quarrymen and gains a growing friendship with young Paul McCartney. In ‘No Where Boy’, John Lennon faces the challenges of an adolescent to become the celebrity that the world has come to know. The Chronicle’s film critic, Drew Hunt, reviews the film.

(Film trailer courtesy of The Weinstein Company)