Everyone knew The Beatles yesterday, but today Jack, a singer-songwriter who had given up his dream of succeeding in music, is the only one who remembers them. After a strange blackout, Jack wakes up in an alternative future where, singing the songs of the most famous band in history to an audience that has never heard them, will reach the top of the industry. However, this meteoric rise will jeopardize the relationship with Ellie, her muse and the only person who has always believed in him. If the Beatles did not exist, they would have to be invented. With this idea in mind, two of the key filmmakers of British cinema in recent decades, the eclectic and Oscar-winning Danny Boyle (T2: Trainspotting) and the father of the romantic comedy Richard Curtis (A matter of time) join forces in this Lovely rock spirit tape. Humor, friendship, love and the songs of the legendary Liverpool band are the main ingredients of Yesterday, a fantasy-dyed musical in which a failed composer from a small English town accidentally becomes the only person on the face of the Earth that knows successes like Let it Be or Hey Jude. Through the meteoric rise to stardom experienced by appropriating these issues and presenting them to an audience that listens to them for the first time, the film builds a story about the dangers of fame and leave behind loved ones that serves as a backdrop for An exciting and original love story. The television Himesh Patel (Neighborhood People) debuts on the big screen as the protagonist of this film that also features Lily James (Mamma Mia! Again and again), Joel Fry (Paddington 2), Kate McKinnon (The spy who planted me ) and singer Ed Sheeran, among others.