The Boys & Girl from County Clare (2003)

Director : John Irvin
Genre : Comedy, Music, Romance
Cast : Bernard Hill as John Joe, Charlotte Bradley as Maisie, Andrea Corr as Anne, Stephen Brennan as Miko, Eamonn Owens as Pat, Malachy Bourke as Ben, Brendan O`Hare as Brendan, Ian Shaw as Johnny, Leslie Bingham as Leslie, Colm Meaney as Jimmy, Shaun Evans as Teddy, Philip Barantini as Alex, Frank Twomey as Roger, Emmet Kirwan as Clive, Noel Bridgeman as Drummer, Russell Smith as Terry, Aidan Mulholland as Aidan, Margi Clarke as Dove, Pat Laffan as Gerry, the Custom Officer, Jo Taylor as Sean, the Postie, Bridie Canning as The Woman of the House, Cha Cha Seigne as Hippie Girl, Rob Kolar as American Hippie, Philip Richey as English Hippie (as Philip Richie), Marc O`Shea as Barry, James Doran as Dave, Nuala O`Neill as Hotel Receptionist, Brian Devlin as Registration Official, Catherine Byrne as Bernie, Sean Brown as Tall Black Man, Aiden McKenna as Rory, Mary Jordan as Rory`s Mother, Bill Boylan as The Adjudicator (as Billy Boylan), Pascal Scott as The Official, Alan Crozier as The Soundman, T.P. McKenna as The Announcer (as TP McKenna), Frank Kelly as The Chairman, Patrick Bergin as Padjo, Horace Oliver as Paul Francis, Zela Gayle as Aisling McCaffery, Zelia Attzs as Elliot Ngubane Aisling McCaffery as Padjo`s Band Member, Elliott Ngubane as Padjo`s Band Member, Biggy Bigmore as Village Resident, Tony Brown as Police Officer, Laurence Doherty as Popular Villager, Simpson McKendry as Receptionist / Waitress / Reveller), James Nesbitt as
Run Time : Canada:90 min | USA:90 min
Filming Locations : Isle of Man
Country : Ireland | UK | Germany
Language : English
Jimmy McMahon (Meany) furthermore his range of Liverpudlians blueprint to be successful the annual Ceili music tournament inside Ireland.
The All-Ireland Traditional Music Competition attracts the finest musicians savours everywhere the realm — with many savours further from the shores of the Emerald Isle since well. As John Joe with his band cook to dig up the band trophy in addition to their County Clare jigs with reels, Irishman Jimmy bends his Liverpudlians aloof from jazz toward the time-honored strains of Celtic music. As the musicians style their peculiarity towards the competition, hitch rears its division for the explanation that both forms of challengers: the Liverpool Shamrock Ceilidh Band with the asserting champions savours Clare, with at the sensitivity of this hardship lie the vengeful interventions of two estranged brothers, Jimmy with John Joe.

The Boys & Girl from County Clare (2003)
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