Fatso is the kind-hearted owner of a rather bad take-away place in Dublin. His employees are a bunch of incompetent people, whom he keeps on mostly to help them survive. Also, he has a ... See full summary »
It's gone hard.
I know. Sorry.
What are you thinking about? About me?
No! How do you know...
He told me to put it in... I just did what he told me to do.
Why'd you never say anything?
He said no one would believe me.
I'm not going back.
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After the end credits there's a scene of Kylie looking at her fish. See more »
Just Like a Woman
Performed by Jose Jimanez (as José Jimenez)
Written by Bob Dylan
Courtesy of Columbia Records
By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing See more »
Either the two teenagers who play the central roles are the greatest teen actors in the world OR the director can handle teenagers better than any director in the history of cinema. You should see this movie just for the superb job these two young people perform. The movie by itself is excellent, the photography, the use of the music of Bob Dylan, the dialog (thank you for the on screen translations cause at times it sounded like a foreign film from somewhere in Eastern Europe). This movie really is a gem as starts out in monotone and then when the kids reach Dublin the color is fantastic. I guess I just can't say enough nice things about this flick, check it out, you gotta love it.
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