Stella days

Stella days

A film by Thaddeus O'Sullivan

2011 Ireland - Drama

synopsis

A small town cinema in rural Ireland becomes the setting for a dramatic struggle between faith and passion, Rome and Hollywood and a man and his conscience. STELLA DAYS is the story of a man, a story about the conflict between love and duty, hope and faith, and between the excitement of the unknown and the security of the familiar. It encapsulates the dilemma of Ireland in the mid-1950s - on the cusp of the modern world but still clinging to the traditions of church and a cultural identity forged in very different times.

  • cast +

    • Martin Sheen (Fr.Daniel Barry )
    • Tristan Gravelle (Tim Lynch)
    • Marcella Plunkett (Molly)
    • Joseph O'Sullivan (Joey)
    • Stephen Rea (Brendan McSweeney)
    • Tom Hickey (Bishop Hegerty)
    • Derble Crotty (Julia McSweeney)
    • Amy Huberman (Eileen O'Mears)
    • Ruth McCabe (Miss Courtney)
  • crew +

    • Producer
    • Jacqueline Larkin (New Grange Pictures)
    • Lesley McKimm (New Grange Pictures)
    • Maggie Pope (New Grange Pictures)
    • Co-producer
    • Stein Kvae
    • Written by
    • Antoine O'Flatharta
    • Director of photography
    • John Christian Rosenlund
    • Editor
    • Dermot Diskin
    • Production designer
    • Anna Rackard
    • Line producer
    • Noà«llette Buckley
    • Costume designer
    • Judith Williams
    • Location manager
    • Cleary Dermot
    • Chief make-up
    • Joni Galvin
    • Key hairdresser
    • Eileen Buggy
    • Sound recordist
    • Ad Stoop
    • Casting director
    • Amy Rowan
  • infos

    • Running time
    • 89'
    • Ratio
    • 2.35
    • Format
    • Red camera

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