Still a charming situation as often seen in the works of screenwriter Richard Curtis from “Notting hill”, “Bridget Jones’s diary” to “About time”. Such an accident motif is a “specialty” of superhero movies: Peter Parker was bitten by a spider and became Spider-Man, Dr. Robert Bruce Banner was radioactive and became the Hulk. As for Jack Malik of “Yesterday” – the summer 2019 Anglican romance to look forward to, he is simply the only one who still remembers The Beatles, but just that superpower is enough for him to become a hero. become a “superman”.|How graceful it is, when just one postulate encapsulates the tribute to The Beatles, but how unfortunate, when that postulate is all the best “Yesterday” has to offer.|Although the film also has high-level details, such as the scene where Jack Malik has an accident on the road and the crew dub the background music as a classic bridging part in “A day in the life” – a composition that shows the whole world. The Great Qualities of John Lennon and Paul McCartney. That bridging, as John describes it, is “a colossal accumulation, from nothingness to the end of the world.” It fits little by little with the filmmaker’s notion that a world without The Beatles would be the end of the world?|However, such details are too hidden and only those who really love The Beatles can reveal. Meanwhile, the music layers, the story outside is superficial and old. They fell into the loop of the Beatles in the West, too much energy, too little poetry. They only looked at The Beatles as a glorious youth but forgot that The Beatles also represented a fragile youth. “Yesterday” has a good premise but a bad atmosphere – which, paradoxically, is an Asian film where The Beatles are just an excuse, like Tran Anh Hung’s “Norwegian Wood”, with its dreamy faces of love and the clear atmosphere that always seems to be about to fall apart, captures it better than anything else.