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    Jimmys Hall

    In 1930s Ireland, political activist Jimmy Gralton (Barry Ward) faces deportation for running a community hall for the arts, enabling the villagers to gather to sing, dance, paint, study or box, which led to his deportation.
    Duration: 109 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2014
    IMDb: 6.7
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  • Actors of "Jimmys Hall"

  • Characters of "Jimmys Hall"

    James Gralton. Character of Jimmys Hall
    Played by: Barry Ward
    Oonagh. Character of Jimmys Hall
    Played by: Simone Kirby
    Se. Character of Jimmys Hall
    Played by: Karl Geary
    S. Character of Jimmys Hall
    Played by: John Cronogue
  • Directors of "Jimmys Hall"

    Ken Loach. Director of Jimmys Hall
    Ken Loach
    Birthdate: 17 June 1936, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England, UK
  • Creators of "Jimmys Hall"

    Paul Laverty. Director of Jimmys Hall
    Paul Laverty
    Birthdate: 1957, Calcutta, India
  • Critic Reviews of "Jimmys Hall"

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch
    August 19, 2015

    Working from a fact-based screenplay by his longtime collaborator Paul Laverty, Loach addresses a theme that resonates throughout his work: the effect of the political on the personal.

    Seattle Times
    August 06, 2015

    Loach is clearly on Gralton's side, but he's remarkably evenhanded about it. Norton is a formidable villain, while Ward is just vulnerable enough to make the showdown dramatically persuasive.

    Globe and Mail
    July 17, 2015

    As dramatically stilted as Jimmy's Hall is, it has an undeniably appealing integrity ...

    Philadelphia Inquirer
    July 16, 2015

    There's humanity here, on all sides, and a gentle wisdom beneath the raging rhetoric.

    Associated Press
    July 16, 2015

    While this deeply romanticized and fictionalized account of a little-known underdog might not serve you in any trivia capacities, it's also a worthy and loving story of humanity in the face of oppression.

    Movie Talk
    September 10, 2016

    Barry Ward's handsome, charismatic hero is a romanticised figure (in reality Gralton was middle-aged and balding), which wouldn't matter if his character had been given more depth and shade.

    New Zealand Herald
    May 16, 2016

    A handsomely mounted, yet modest and precise piece of work that unearths a little-known true story of injustice and reminds us all of how the present is always in the shadow of the past.

    South China Morning Post
    April 06, 2016

    This 1930s-set drama chronicling events leading to the deportation of a little-known, real-life Irish political activist is a graceful digest of Loach's signature motifs.

    Jerusalem Post
    March 22, 2016

    It's mildly entertaining but suffers from the one problem common to all these movies -- that the enemy is so vile, there is little shading.

    Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
    January 09, 2016

    ... a soft-focus, minor film. It's not bad, but it could have been better. Hence the heartbreak.

    SF Weekly
    December 31, 2015

    Even an ultimately forgettable effort from this esteemed social-realist director can't help but achieve eloquence in its affirmation of basic human decency.

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