The Last of the High Kings

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Time Out says

Coming-of-age movie, produced and co-written by Gabriel Byrne, as fresh as a newly pulled pint of the dark stuff. Dublin, 1977: Thin Lizzy bestride the charts in black leather kecks, but for Frankie (Leto in a career-launching turn) exam results loom, girls seem unobtainable, and his mum's insistence that he's descended from the High Kings of Ireland doesn't really help. A familiar mix, but the fashions are suitably terrifying, the cynicism about 'Oirish' bullshit is refreshing, and there's a neat cameo from Stephen Rea as the taxi driver who's 'had 'em all' in his cab.
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1995

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104 mins

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caliberqueen

This film is great,just watch it...I have the US version know as "SUMMER FLING" exatly the same..Highly recommended

caliberqueen

This film is great,just watch it...I have the US version know as "SUMMER FLING" exatly the same..Highly recommended