White Irish Drinkers

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Overview

Two young men are looking for a better life but may have to go to the wrong side of the law to get it in this independent drama from director John Gray. Brian Leary Nick Thurston and Danny Geoff Wigdor are brothers living in a decaying Brooklyn neighborhood in 1975. Tired of dealing with their angry and abusive father Stephen Lang and high-strung mother Karen Allen, both Brian and Danny want to move out and do something different with their lives, but their ambitions travel different paths. Danny, the older ...
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Overview

Two young men are looking for a better life but may have to go to the wrong side of the law to get it in this independent drama from director John Gray. Brian Leary Nick Thurston and Danny Geoff Wigdor are brothers living in a decaying Brooklyn neighborhood in 1975. Tired of dealing with their angry and abusive father Stephen Lang and high-strung mother Karen Allen, both Brian and Danny want to move out and do something different with their lives, but their ambitions travel different paths. Danny, the older brother, is a petty criminal who is trying to finance a new life one hold-up at a time; Brian, meanwhile, works at a movie theater and paints in his spare time, though he doesn't tell anyone about his dreams of becoming an artist. Brian thinks he might be able to bankroll a few years at art school when Whitey Peter Riegert, the manager of the theater, tells him they have a shot at booking the Rolling Stones for a special show at the theater, which would mean a big payday for everyone. But when Danny hears about the big show, he starts making plans of his own to rob the box office the night of the concert. White Irish Drinkers received its world premiere at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/12/2011
  • UPC: 814838011684
  • Original Release: 2010
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  • Source: Screen Media
  • Region Code: A
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 1:49:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 20,044

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Nick Thurston Brian
Geoffrey Wigdor Danny
Karen Allen Margaret,
Stephen Lang Patrick,
Peter Riegert Whitey
Leslie Murphy Shauna
Zachary Booth Todd
Robbie Sublett Ray
Michael Drayer Dennis
Henry Zebrowski Jerry
Ken Jennings Jimmy Cheeks
Regan Mizrahi Little Brian
Anthony Amorlm Little Danny
Technical Credits
John Gray Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Paul Bernard Producer
Nicole Capasso Costumes/Costume Designer
Tammy Douglas Sound/Sound Designer
Neil Mandelberg Editor
Tommaso Ortino Production Designer
Melissa Peltier Producer
James Scura Producer
Mark Snow Score Composer
Seamus Tierney Cinematographer
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