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Published on Jul 12, 2007
Written and directed by Andrew Piddington, THE KILLING OF JOHN LENNON is a visually stunning and chilling insight into the mind of Mark David Champan, the 25 year old narcissist who gunned down John Lennon outside his New York apartment building in 1980.
Unflinching in its presentation of the truth and featuring a mesmerizing performance by newcomer Jonas Ball, THE KILLING OF JOHN LENNON is a gritty examination of Mark Chapman and his descent into madness and eventual exorcism.
The film was meticulously researched and filmed on actual locations where the events occurred. Chapman's dialogue is taken from interviews, depositions and court transcripts, grounding the film firmly in the realms of veracity. He was nobody, until he killed the biggest somebody on earth.