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First-time Irish writer/director Sean Walsh spent ten years making Bl,.m (Bloom), an adaptation of James Joyce's infamously difficult 1922 epic Ulysses. Set in Dublin on the day of June 16, 1904, the film attempts to make a visual reconstruction of Joyce's stream-of-consciousness style. Following all the major themes of the original novel, it's bookended by the internal monologue given by the sexually driven Molly (Angeline Ball). Stephen Rea plays her husband, the introspective Jewish-Irishman Leopold Bloom. ...
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First-time Irish writer/director Sean Walsh spent ten years making Bl,.m (Bloom), an adaptation of James Joyce's infamously difficult 1922 epic Ulysses. Set in Dublin on the day of June 16, 1904, the film attempts to make a visual reconstruction of Joyce's stream-of-consciousness style. Following all the major themes of the original novel, it's bookended by the internal monologue given by the sexually driven Molly (Angeline Ball). Stephen Rea plays her husband, the introspective Jewish-Irishman Leopold Bloom. Hugh O'Conor plays the philosophical young writer Stephen Dedalus. Bloom premiered at the 2003 Taormina Film Festival.
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Special Features

Letterbox format; 5.1 Stereo Surround; Director's commentary; The making of Bloom; Deleted scenes; Promotional clips; Production drawings; Interactive menus; Optional Spanish subtitles; Scene selection; Trailers
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/24/2004
  • UPC: 039414520293
  • Original Release: 2003
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  • Source: Mti Home Video
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Stephen Rea Leopold Bloom
Angeline Ball Molly Bloom
Hugh O'Conor Stephen Dedalus
Patrick Bergin The Citizen
Alan Devlin Simon Dedalus
Phelim Drew Martin Cunningham
Marian Lennon Bella Cohen
Alvaro Lucchesi Buck Mulligan
Eoin McCarthy Blazes Boylan
Dearbhla Molloy Mrs. Breen
Rachel Pilkington Gerty McDowell
Technical Credits
Sean Walsh Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Sarah Armstrong Editor
Mark Byrne Co-producer
Ray Cross Sound/Sound Designer
Dan Hubbard Casting
David Kahne Score Composer
Mary Maguire Casting
Gerry Murphy Executive Producer
Mervyn Rowe Production Designer
Steve Simmonds Art Director
Ciaran Tanham Cinematographer
Tara van Zyl Costumes/Costume Designer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Penelope (Opening Soliloquy) [3:48]
2. Opening Titles [3:47]
3. Calypso (Eccles Street) [2:29]
4. Telemachus (The Tower) [6:41]
5. Nestor (The Classroom) [9:23]
6. Lotus Eaters (The Post Office) [8:18]
7. Proteus (The Strand) [1:43]
8. Hades (Paddy Dignam's Funeral) [8:17]
9. Scylla & Charybdis (The Library) [2:03]
10. Lestrygonians (The Blind Stripling) [6:06]
11. The Cyclops (Barney Kiernan's Bar) [5:15]
12. Nausicaa (The Beach) [5:09]
13. Oxen of the Sun (Holles Street Hospital) [3:26]
14. Circe (Nightown) [5:35]
15. Ithica (The Journey Home) [17:41]
16. Penelope (Closing Soliloquy) [4:18]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Feature
   Chapter Selections
   Spanish Subtitles
      Turn Subtitles On and Play Movie
   Audio Setup
      5.1 Surround Sound
      Dolby Digital Stereo
      Commentary
   Trailers
      Bloom
      Chopin: Desire for Love
   Bonus Features
      Unused Scenes
      Behind the Scenes
      Electronic Press Kit Clips
      Irish Theatrical Trailer 1
      Original Production Promo
      Production Drawings
      The Making of Bloom
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