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Dancing at Lughnasa

Rated PG for mild language and thematic elements.

PG 92min.
 
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Irish director Pat O'Connor helmed this adaptation of Brian Friel's 1990 play which won three Tony awards in addition to UK Olivier and Evening Standard awards. Friel's portrait of five Irish sisters takes place in 1936 on a Donegal farm. Read More
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Kate Mundy
Father Jack Mundy
Christina Mundy
Maggie Mundie
Rose Mundy
Agnes Mundy
Gerry Evans
Michael Mundy
Danny Bradley
Austin Morgan
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