AUDIO: English, SUBs: IDX/SUB provided
for all languages (Espanol only on the DVD).
? It's the late '60s and the British Invasion has conquered the
world! The Liverpool Sound tops the charts in every country, except
in Ireland, where traditional Irish music still reigns supreme! But could
the unthinkable happen? Could an upstart Irish band from Liverpool
win the All Irish Music Championship for the first time in history?
Transplanted Irishman Jimmy McMahon (Colm Meany) and his
motley English crew have their hearts set on it. Meanwhile, back in
County Clare, Ireland, Jimmy's stalwart older brother, John Joe
(Bernard Hill) and his feisty local band are determined to win the
trophy for the third year in a row. Meanwhile, Clare's star fiddler,
Anne (the radiant music icon Andrea Corr of The Corrs family band),
chafes under her mother's rules against dating - especially when her
eye lands on Teddy (Shaun Evans), Liverpool's star flute player.
They are Ireland's answer to Romeo and Juliet.
The film weaves these timeless themes of discord - star-crossed
lovers, feuding brothers, narrow-minded parents and rebellious
children - with the passion all the characters share for the music
they play. And, against a backdrop of amber-lit pubs, narrow streets
and sandy shores, the visuals keep pace with toe-tapping soundtrack
and reflect the honor and traditions at stake in the competition.
? About :
The Boys from County Clare (2003)
1 CD, 695MB
DVDripped to AVI-NO Qpel, Standalone support enabled: ESS.
23.976 fps, 608*336 (16:9), XVID = XVID Mpeg-4,Audio VBR,MP3.
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