Yesterday marked the 30th anniversary since we lost beloved pop troubadour John Lennon.
But if he were still alive, churning out hits as easily as some people shoot off emails, he would pull himself out of his Montreal hotel bed, fumble for his iconic horn rims, and head to Innis Town Hall at 2 Sussex Ave. for a screening of Let Him Be, the Peter McNamee fantasy about his post-mortem life.
The film Imagines (sorry!) a world where John Lennon may have staged his own death to live a life of anonymity in Canada.
So who knows? There’s a good chance he may be sitting in the back, cap pulled low.