That still makes me laugh.
I really liked the movie, and it sort of formed my perception of Lennon and the Beatles for several years. The screenwriters did a pretty good job of depicting the breakup of the Beatles. The best I've seen in any movie, anyway (other than their own Let It Be). The guy who played Lennon is really good, and believable. He didn't actually play the guitar, but he did a good job of faking it (sort of like Stuart Sutcliffe). The woman who played Oko (would that be Oko Yono?) was also good. She is/was much prettier than the actual Oko was, ever, and is much more likeable (as far as Yoko's depiction in the screenplay), as well. I guess the makers of the film were afraid to piss Oko off. You wouldn't want Oko Yono to sic her stable of attorneys upon you, either.
Here is the promo that ran right after the NBC Monday Night At the Movies animation:
John & Yoko: A Love Story is still available on VHS, and there's even a poster (the poster is on the left):