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Passages from James Joyce's Finnegans Wake (1966)

 -  Drama  -  March 1966 (USA)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Martin J. Kelley ...
Finnegan
Jane Reilly ...
Anna Livia
Peter Haskell ...
Shem
Page Johnson ...
Shaun
John V. Kelleher ...
Commentator
Ray Flanagan ...
Young Shem
Maura Pryor ...
Young Iseult
Jo Jo Slavin ...
Young Shaun
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Ray Alan ...
Celebrant
Joseph Alderman ...
Celebrant
Ray Allan ...
Celebrant
Virginia Blue ...
Celebrant
Sean Brancato ...
Celebrant
Joan Campbell ...
Celebrant
Paddy Croft ...
Celebrant
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Good Fortune!
17 February 2000 | by (Vancouver, BC CANADA) – See all my reviews

I was lucky enough to have seen this film in a theatre. I'd read the book recently, and the film was quite illuminating in many respects. Unfortunately, it was a very literal interpretation of dream logic. The soundtrack, however, was absolutely first rate and evocative of the book. (Why wouldn't it be, actually; after all, it WAS the book!)

An abridged version was released on disk IN STEREO, and it was a treasure. I only hope that when and if this brave folly is ever preserved on DVD, it will incorporate the stereo audio, even though I doubt that it was ever presented in stereo theatrically.


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