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Young Jimmy Rabbitte has an unlikely vision - to bring soul music to Dublin. To this end, he brings together a motley assortment of musicians who, against the odds, start to gel into something really special. But can these volatile, working-class kids keep it together long enough to find fame and fortune? Hilarious, profane and driven along by classic 60s soul tunes, director Alan Parker's film of Roddy Doyle's book harnesses the raw energy of its young cast, many of whom were making their acting debut.
Documentary about legendary jazz musician Chet Baker, hailed as a genius in the 1950s but whose life descended into drugs and alcoholism.
16+ years 119 mins
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We explore new Irish drama Sing Street, and the way active participation in film and music can help young people navigate difficult times.
Reading time 7 mins
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