Yoko Ono, widow of music legend John Lennon, spoke with "Extra's" Terri Seymour about her husband's amazing career and how it's all being depicted in the new film, "Nowhere Boy."
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"This is the first time that people would see what happened to John in his childhood, and it was a very painful childhood," Ono said.
The Beatles frontman, who would have turned 70 on Saturday, took all the pain he experienced as a child and released it through music, says Yoko. "It's a blessing in disguise... That experience of pain, that's how he became an incredible songwriter."
"Nowhere Boy" opens in theaters today.