This is very interesting. Yoko stands in her own right. She was separated from her daughter by the legal system, and was desperate to see her. You see John as a real person. He talks well about freedom, his art. He sings Imagine on film, which talks about peace. It’s worth watching to banish all the false images of him and Yoko.
I wonder if she was reunited with her daughter. I hope so. She’s not given up on the message of peace.
Another woman who delights in the idea of killing and violence, and has been at the forefront of bringing millions of deaths and much misery. Laughing like a drain at the thought of more killing.