When a timid but eccentric professor from the waterworks finds a spy hole in his living room, he becomes involved in a world of youth, colour and music. He observes through this vortex the lives and loves of a beautiful fashion model and her groovy photographer boyfriend. He enters a world of fantasy and sexual chemistry No Longer needing his microscopes he is drawn towards images that transform him.
Wonderwall, the movie, captured a moment in time. London was at full tilt, psychedelia dominated pop culture and The Beatles were at their peak.
The film evokes that spirit in vivid colour and now Wonderwall, the book tells the tale of those times in images and words.
How George Harrison produced the soundtrack, how Jane Birkin, Jack MacGowran and Iain Quarrier became involved, and how the vibrancy of Dutch designers The Fool helped give the film its unique look.
Wonderwall records what inspired director Joe Massot to tell a story which is very much of its time and, most of all, it reveals the beauty of the images he was able to capture – images which still have resonance today.
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A Native New Yorker educated at the Virginia military school and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He directed his first musical film in Cuba in 1962, before moving to London and making the classic 60's Cult film Wonderwall.
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