In 1969, John Lennon and Yoko Ono made history with their unforgettable bed-in. The rock superstar couple had just been married and were determined to spread their mission of peace and love to the world. Sitting in a Montreal hotel bed surrounded by journalists, they invited people everywhere to join them in their cause.
What happened next shocked the world: while some people scoffed at the idea of using a bed as a platform for peace, others embraced it as an act of protest against the Vietnam War. And this wasn’t just a symbolic gesture – the couple actually held press conferences and debates in their hotel room, including one with media expert Marshall McLuhan which was broadcast on TV all around the globe.
The newlyweds’ unyielding commitment to their mission even caught the eye of Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, who visited them during their stay in Montreal and later went on to become an advocate for global peace initiatives. As time went on, however, John Lennon’s death in 1980 cast a pall over his legacy – but now, twenty years after his murder, Yoko Ono has decided it’s time to tell her story.
Her new documentary “Bed Peace: A Documentary of Love & Revolution” sheds light on all that happened during that fateful year – from John and Yoko’s wedding day to their famous confrontation with Al Capp outside their hotel room – showing how one extraordinary couple used love as a powerful weapon against war and hate.
If you want to know what really happened behind closed doors during John and Yoko’s magical journey toward global peace, don’t miss out! Watch “Bed Peace: A Documentary of Love & Revolution” today and be inspired by the beautiful power of love — because when real change happens, it starts with us.