The documentary Imagine: John Lennon (1988) is more of an autobiography, revolving, as it does, around several hundred hours of home film footage that John Lennon shot in the ’70s. It's a good thing he did, too, because he was killed shortly after some of the scenes were made. At times sweetly domestic, the movie also gives you a good idea of what it was like to be the most famous artist in the world during a time of great public strife. There is some hippie nudity worth noting, especially of the lovely Yoko Ono, but you also have to sit through still photographs of John's wang. Yuck-o.