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Kings

Admission: $8 member / $10 non-member

Kings

Sunday, April 14 | 4 pm

2007, 88 minutes
Directed by Tom Collins

In the mid 1970s, a group of six young men left their homes in the West of Ireland for England, filled with ambition for a better life in a place where they could be kings. Thirty years have passed when they meet again at their youngest friend Jackie’s wake. Their muscle has been spent, their hopes dashed on the roads of England and they are forced to face the reality of their isolation and sense of hopeless disaffection.

Kings is a story of a lost generation, rich in humanity and emotion, in search for identity.

This film is in Irish with English subtitles.

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