Chapter 27

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Overview

First-time writer/director J.P. Schaefer takes the reins for this haunting look at the mental collapse of Mark David Chapman in the days leading up to the murder of legendary musician John Lennon. Jared Leto stars as the man whose awe of Lennon and unrelenting drive to achieve infamy pushed him to pull the trigger on the former Beatle, and Lindsay Lohan stars as the devoted Lennon fan who befriended the killer on that fateful New York weekend.
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Overview

First-time writer/director J.P. Schaefer takes the reins for this haunting look at the mental collapse of Mark David Chapman in the days leading up to the murder of legendary musician John Lennon. Jared Leto stars as the man whose awe of Lennon and unrelenting drive to achieve infamy pushed him to pull the trigger on the former Beatle, and Lindsay Lohan stars as the devoted Lennon fan who befriended the killer on that fateful New York weekend.
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Special Features

Behind-the-scenes featurette
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/30/2008
  • UPC: 796019815109
  • Original Release: 2006
  • Rating:

  • Source: Peace Arch
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:24:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 38,620

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jared Leto Mark David Chapman
Lindsay Lohan Jude
Judah Friedlander Paul
Ursula Abbott Jeri
Brian O'Neill Patrick
Mark Lindsay Chapman John Lennon
George Bryant Limo Driver
Kevin Cannon Precision Driver / Street Hood
Melissa Demyan Lennon Groupie
Jeane Fournier European Woman
Molly Griffith Covergirl / Centerfold
Matthew Humphreys Frederic Seaman
Redman Maxfield Maitre D'
Lauren Milberger Gilda Radner
Matthew Mardozzi Little Kid
Adam Scarimbolo Clerk Riley
Michael Sirow Joseph Many
Jeff Skowron Waiter
Victor Verhaeghe Spiro
Eric Wolfe Lennon Band Member
Dennis Funny Lennon Groupie
David Kneeream Pedestrian
Lisa Marie Palmieri Waitress
Joey Sontz Lennon Band Manager
Julie McNiven photo double Lindsay Lohan
Technical Credits
J.P. Schaefer Director, Screenwriter
Gilbert Alloul Executive Producer
Brian Bell Co-producer
Rick Chad Executive Producer
Ane Crabtree Costumes/Costume Designer
Sig De Miguel Casting
Naomi Despres Producer
Thomas Fatone Asst. Director
John Flock Executive Producer
Cathy Sandrich Gelfond Casting
Robert Getty Sound/Sound Designer
Andrew Hafitz Editor
Gary Hosam Executive Producer
Gary Howsam Executive Producer
Kalina Ivanov Production Designer
Jeffrey Lazar Asst. Director
Jared Leto Executive Producer
Amanda Mackey Casting
Amanda Mackey-Johnson Casting
Jim Makiej Editor
Anthony Marinelli Score Composer
Anthony Marnelli Score Composer
Tracy McKnight Musical Direction/Supervision
Alexandra Milchan Producer
Evelyne Noraz Makeup
Christopher T. Paul Camera Operator
Randall Richards Art Director
Tom Richmond Cinematographer
Robert Salerno Producer
Cathy Sandrich Casting
Alec St. John Sound/Sound Designer
Lewin Webb Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Chapter 27
1. Lost Generation [5:22]
2. No Wind [7:17]
3. Nothing Happened [6:56]
4. Remember Me? [10:00]
5. Glad You Called [4:20]
6. Everything Has Changed [7:39]
7. I Met Them All [9:59]
8. He Got Away [6:54]
9. The Crazy Stage [7:50]
10. Scored Big Time [8:18]
11. Mr. Lennon [5:12]
12. End Credits [4:32]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not the Best Movie...

    I saw this movie, and it was, let's say, too quick, too soon. The story was confusing enough, due to the portayal of a negative, complicated loser, who wanted nothing more than to take the life of a beloved musician. Mark David Chapman compares himself to Holden Caulfield in "The Catcher in the Rye," which is quite obvious if you have read the novel before, which I had to do in school. He is just like Holden himself, which I find awfully sad. In this movie, Mark does nothing, but take advantage of the people surrounding him, especially with the people who have met, have connections with, and the actual fans of Beatle, John Lennon. The whole movie made me horribly sad because I am a fan of John Lennon, and the Beatles themselves. Though I thought Jared Leto did a great portayal of Mark, it was complete torture watching Chapman create a plot to murder John Lennon.

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