This documentary explores John Lennon's eighteen-month separation from Yoko Ono beginning in the Summer of 1973. During this period, Lennon had a romantic involvement with his assistant May Pang, worked on several albums of his own, and produced Harry Nilsson's Pussy Cats. He also drank heavily and abused drugs which contributed to several infamous incidents including infamously getting tossed out of the Troubadour along with Nilsson.