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    Country music: the spirit of america

    • Year Released: 2003
    Country Music: The Spirit of America (2003) is a documentary film, in the IMAX format, written and co-produced by Tom Neff and co-directed by Neff, Steven Goldmann and Keith Melton. Randy Scruggs was also a producer on the film and wrote the music score. The film traces the history of the United States in the 20th Century through country music, and is also known as Our Country. When the film was released, Jane Sumner, film critic for The Dallas Morning News, lauded the film, and wrote, "It's been three years coming. But now that it's here, the IMAX film Our Country, originally titled Twang, makes a rousing addition to this year's State Fair of Texas...Written and produced by Tom Neff, who produced the six-part TV miniseries America's Music: The Roots of Country for TBS, the documentary celebrates country music as a mirror of the American experience across 90 years... Vintage photos, archival news footage (including a shot of O.J. Simpson trying on that pesky glove) and Mr. Neff's intelligent, lyrical commentary, narrated by Hal "Deep Throat" Holbrook, trace the history of country music as it parallels the nation's."
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    Ps, i love you

    • Year Released: 2007
    P.S. I Love You is a 2007 American drama film directed by Richard LaGravenese. The screenplay by LaGravenese and Steven Rogers is based on the 2004 novel of the same name by Cecelia Ahern. The film is dedicated to the memory of producer Molly Smith's sister Windland Smith Rice. Holly and Gerry are a married couple who live on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. They are deeply in love, but they fight occasionally. Gerry dies suddenly of a brain tumor and Holly realizes how much he means to her as well as how insignificant their arguments were. Deeply distraught, Holly withdraws from her family and friends until they descend upon her on her 30th birthday. They are determined to force the young widow to face the future and decide what her next career move should be. As they rally around Holly and help organize her apartment, a cake is delivered, and with it is a message from Gerry. It proves to be the first of several meaningful messages — all ending with "P.S. I Love You" — which he had arranged to have delivered to her after his death. As the seasons pass, each new message fills her with encouragement and sends her on a new adventure. Holly's mother believes that Gerry's letters are
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    The commitments

    • Year Released: 1991
    The Commitments is a 1991 comedy-drama film adaptation of the novel The Commitments by Roddy Doyle. It tells of unemployed Dubliners who form a soul band. It was directed by Alan Parker from a screenplay adapted by Dick Clement, Ian La Frenais, and Doyle himself. The film was an international co-production between companies in Ireland, the UK, and the United States. It was filmed on location in Dublin. Jimmy Rabbitte (Robert Arkins) aspires to manage the world's greatest band, with only one music in mind: soul. Disgusted with bands in Ireland, he assembles a soul band in the tradition of Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, and Wilson Pickett. Jimmy holds auditions at his parents' house and assembles a group of young musicians. Unlike his idols, Jimmy's band is all white. With the help of Joey "The Lips" Fagan, the veteran musician in the band who has unlikely stories about meeting and working with famous musicians, Jimmy begins to whip the rest of the members into shape - only to have the group fall apart in a clash of egos. The cast were mostly unknown before filming, chosen for their musical rather than acting ability. The film won the BAFTA Award for Best Film, as well
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    The general

    The general

    • Year Released: 1998
    The General is an Irish crime film directed by John Boorman about Dublin crime boss Martin Cahill, who pulled off several daring heists in the early 1980s, and attracted the attention of the Gardaí, PIRA, and UVF. The film was shot in 1997 and released in 1998. Brendan Gleeson plays Cahill, Adrian Dunbar plays his close friend Noel Curley, and Jon Voight plays Inspector Ned Kenny. After selling stolen paintings to the UVF Cahill realizes he has made a dangerous mistake. When the PIRA hear of this, they ordered his assassination, which was carried out on 18 August 1994. The film was based on the book of the same name by Irish journalist Paul Williams, who is crime editor of Ireland's best-selling tabloid, [The Sun]. Director Boorman was himself one of Cahill's burglary victims. This event was dramatized in a scene in which Cahill breaks into a home, stealing a gold record and pilfering a watch from the wrist of a sleeping woman. The gold record, which Cahill later broke in disgust after discovering it was not made of gold, was awarded for the score of Deliverance, Boorman's best-known film. Filming was at various locations around Dublin including South Lotts and Ranelagh. The
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    Widows' peak

    • Year Released: 1994
    Widows' Peak is a 1994 British-Irish film. It stars Mia Farrow, Dame Joan Plowright, Natasha Richardson, Adrian Dunbar and Jim Broadbent. It is directed by John Irvin. The film is based on an original screenplay by Hugh Leonard and Tim Hayes. It had been intended for Maureen O'Sullivan to play the role of Miss O'Hare, a part that went to O'Sullivan's daughter Mia Farrow. O'Sullivan declined the part due to her advanced age and dwindling stamina. The film was mainly shot on location in the counties of Wicklow and Kilkenny. Set in the 1920s, the film's period wardrobe needs were handled by Angels and Bermans as well as Costumi d'Arte and European Costume Company. In 1995, the actress Natasha Richardson received the Crystal Globe award at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival for her role in this film. The director, John Irvin, was also nominated for this award. It received the best picture award at the 1995 Austin Texas film festival.
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