Five gunshots ring out shattering the stillness of the night. What follows is a touching, uplifting and often-funny conversation with Death. Read More >
Five gunshots ring out shattering the stillness of the night. John Lennon has been shot.
Time stops. Struggling to stay alive, Lennon finds himself caught in the vortex of his own existence – somewhere between life and death. Gatekeepers of the White Light help him confront the five stages of death – Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance – as his life flashes before him and us in a touching, uplifting, often-funny conversation with Death.
The on-target story is so powerful and revealing that Rod Davis of John Lennon’s Original Quarrymen said: “After so many people have got the story wrong… it’s great to see someone [Marshall] come along and finally get it right.”