The realisation of a long-held dream by Paul McCartney to make his own full-length film, this was released in 1984- although it itself was a financial disaster at the box office, the soundtrack album was a best-seller. Starring Paul & Linda McCartney, Ringo Starr and his wife Barbara Bach, Bryan Brown and Tracey Ullman, it was also the last film to feature Sir Ralph Richardson. George Harrison chose not to appear in the film. The film is often difficult to follow and contains some semi-surrealist imagery, although the basic plot follows a day in the life of McCartney, who discovers that the master tapes to his new album have been stolen by a record company employee with a shady past, who has disappeared. After much searching (and music) the tapes are discovered in the possession of the man in question, who has accidentally locked himself in a shed in London's Broad Street railway station. Not much of a storyline, is it, but the soundtrack contains some terrific music including the beautiful Wings hit 'No More Lonely Nights'. Also featured is a great Ford Popular hot rod that Paul uses to get around in. Broad Street station closed down in '86; the film's poor reception discouraged the McCartneys from making any more films, and all future movie ventures on their part were confined strictly to documentaries. A video game based on the film was released by Argus Games in '85.