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Irish Whiskey (1997)

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Married to a bigot, the life of a woman is turned upside down when her brother-in-law shows up at an Irish-American family gathering with his black fiancée, and her sister-in-law shows up ... See full summary »

Director:

Jon Stevens Alon (as Jon Stevens)

Writers:

Jon Stevens Alon (screenplay) (as Jon Stevens), Jon Stevens Alon (story) (as Jon Stevens) | 4 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rebecca Clemons Rebecca Clemons ... Brenda
Keith Roberts Keith Roberts ... Young Dubliner
Jay Michael Ferguson
Paul O'Toole Paul O'Toole ... Young Dubliner
John Bradford Pagano John Bradford Pagano ... Michael
Pasquale Pasquale ... Cassandra
Randy Woolford Randy Woolford ... Young Dubliner
Jeff Dellisanti Jeff Dellisanti ... Young Dubliner
Bren Holmes Bren Holmes ... Young Dubliner
Vincent Duvall ... Sean
Jon Mattox ... Young Dubliner (as John Mattox)
Cassandra-Nailah Brown Cassandra-Nailah Brown ... Molly
Chas Waltz Chas Waltz ... Young Dubliner
Michael Beckwith Michael Beckwith ... New Age Minister (as Dr. Reverend Michael Beckwith)
Roger Roberge II Roger Roberge II ... Veteran in Wheelchair
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Married to a bigot, the life of a woman is turned upside down when her brother-in-law shows up at an Irish-American family gathering with his black fiancée, and her sister-in-law shows up with a disabled Sephardi Jew. Written by Jon Stevens

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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True to life
25 April 2005 | by PILLICZARSee all my reviews

This film is well done.

It has a well selected cast with good performances.

The story and characters are very real and true to life.

It makes a positive statement on the human condition.

This film shows good production values.

The production quality is amazing.

The entertainment value is outstanding.

I loved the Celtic music and enjoyed the fact that the Young Dubliners appear in the film's finale Irish wedding scene.

There is a scene in the movie that takes place in the bedroom, between the alcoholic father explaining to his son why he is the way he is and why his son should not be like him.

It is a very deeply moving emotional scene. It reminded me of the relationship I had with my own father.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

January 1997 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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