Owner of a failing club seeks infamous Irish singer Josef Locke in order to bring business and success to his club
There's definitely magic in the air
Did You Know?
The film cost less than £2 million to make and was shot in Ireland in under 6 weeks. Then first time director Peter Chelsom
and co-writer/ star Adrian Dunbar
took it to the Cannes Film Festival in search of a buyer. There, Harvey Weinstein
snapped up the American distribution rights for Miramax, thus ensuring the film of a high degree of visibility. This duly paid off with its success at the American and UK box office, and a Golden Globe nomination for Ned Beatty
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Think of the publicity your comeback would have. And the women, the women! There won't be a dry seat in the house.
Written by Quirino Mendoza
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