Baby’s In Black is based on a true story.
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Based on the biography of Stuart Sutcliffe, one of the original Beatles, and his relationship with German photographer Astrid Kirchherr, Bellstorfâs tragic love story offers insight into the time the Beatles spent performing together in Germany before they made it big.Mar 19 2012 | Read Full Review of Baby's in Black
From his initial catatonia encountering the new sounds he discovers, to his eyes closed in ecstasy as he briefly plays bass with the Beatles, Voorman’s tale adds another layer of story to Baby's In Black.Apr 23 2012 | Read Full Review of Baby's in Black
The “fifth Beatle,” Stuart Sutcliffe, falls in love with the beautiful Astrid Kirchherr when she recruits the Beatles for a sensational (and famous) photography session during their time in Hamburg.Jul 15 2012 | Read Full Review of Baby's in Black
In fact, if there is one major criticism of Baby's in Black it is that the artwork allows for very little variation in facial construction or rendition, as most of the characters share the same facial structure, hairstyles, eye shapes, mouths and noses.| Read Full Review of Baby's in Black
It’s one of the strangest visual metaphors for sex I’ve ever seen, and its uniqueness made it work all the better somehow, like “Yeah, okay, never thought of it that way before, but sure.” It’s also charmingly demure, which is another strength of the book on a number of levels.May 09 2012 | Read Full Review of Baby's in Black
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