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Philadelphia Here I Come DVD
Philadelphia Here I Come

Philadelphia Here I Come

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Set in playwright Brian Friel's (Dancing At Lughnasa, Faith Healer) mythical Ballybeg, Ireland, The American Film Theatre's Philadelphia, Here I Come! Presents an ingenious glimpse into the tock-talking of young Gareth "Gar" O'Donnell on the eve of his emigration to America. Through the myriad preparations and good-byes that fill Gar's last day in the threshold of his journey to new life in a new land. Friel contrasts Gar's cloistered emotional life with his gregarious social persona by portraying himas two distinct characters, a public self (Donal McCann) and a private Self (Des Cave). As public Garr energetically goes about his rounds, private Garr voices the anger, and sadness, "the loneliness, the groping," that has positioned him between a loveless youth and an unknown future. As the two sides of Gar spar over their shared past and we meet the people that have inclined him towards a two-faced life, the difference between emigration and exile begins to blur. Gar's surrogate mother Madge (SiobhanMcKenna, Doctor Zhivago), his speechless, affectionless father (Eamon Kelly) and most importantly Gar's ex-fiance Kate (Fidelma Murphy) all provide inadvertent testimony to the fear and longing that have already separated Gar from his community, his family, his heart and ultimately from himself. AFT's Philadelphia, Here I Come! is a soulful backward glance at a life as yet un-lived and a heart as yet less place that doesn't give a damn about the past."
Title: Philadelphia Here I Come
Genre: Action / Adventure, Foreign
Starring: Donal McCann, Liam Redmond, Siobhan McKenna, Eamon Kelly, Fidelma Murphy
Director: John Quested
Studio: Kino Video
Release Date: 11/11/2003
Original Year: 1975
Product Type: DVD
Rated: UNR
UPC: 738329029425
Item #: KOV002942

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