Across The Universe

Across The Universe
Across The Universe




127 minutes


Coming of Age, Drama, Musicals, Period and Historical, Romance



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A love story that makes ample use of the music of The Beatles, Across The Universe will appeal both to fans of the Fab Four and any one with a fondness for the romantic. The story of the film follows young Liverpudlian Jude as he sets off across the Atlantic in the mid 1960s to find the father he has never met. Once in the US however, he meets an entirely different person, who changes his life forever - Lucy, the sister of a wealthy college student he befriends - and with whom he will experience everything that young love can throw at a boy...


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Contains moderate drug references, nudity and one use of strong language

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