When college professor Peter Proud begins to experience flashbacks from a previous incarnation, he is mysteriously drawn to a place he has never been before but which is troublingly ... See full summary »
J. Lee Thompson
In Dublin, a working class family has been unsuccessful in convincing their son to get a real job: the son prefers his job of scooping up horse's dung and selling it for flower gardens. An ... See full summary »
A man (Peter Haskell) joins a card game where the stakes are a matter of life and death. Sensing foul play, he persuades a young woman (Margot Kidder) to help him reveal the operator of the game (Joseh Wiseman) as a card cheater.
Only the title lets you know this is supposed to be Belfast
I bought this movie as a present for my da who was born and raised in Belfast. He watched it with my mum and his older sister (also born and raised in Belfast). When I walked in on them and found them crying I thought that this must be a tremendous movie until I realized they were crying from laughing so hard! Then I heard the accents! My cat sounds more like a Belfast native then these actors! I had to apologize as I didn't realize when I got them the movie that this was supposed to be a comedy! Someone didn't do their homework! If you want to see a good movie, see Bloody Sunday. That was outstanding and gave you a true insight into the troubles! Or get the Rebel Heart. Based on a true story. This was all over the place.
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