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I Am Patrick: The Patron Saint of Ireland

I Am Patrick: The Patron Saint of Ireland is a movie starring John Rhys-Davies, Moe Dunford, and Toni O'Rourke. I AM PATRICK peels back centuries of legend and myth to tell the true story of Saint Patrick. Through historical...

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I Am Patrick, I AM PATRICK
Running Time
1 hours 33 minutes
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Documentary, History, Biography, Adventure, Drama
Jarrod Anderson
Jarrod Anderson
John Rhys-Davies, Toni O'Rourke, Moe Dunford, Seán T. Ó Meallaigh
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I AM PATRICK peels back centuries of legend and myth to tell the true story of Saint Patrick. Through historical re-enactments, expert interviews and Patrick's own writings, experience the journey from man to saint.

Comments about documentary «I Am Patrick: The Patron Saint of Ireland» (73)

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Nicholas Fernandez

This film is a great documentary about a great man. It is the perfect example of the documentaries I enjoy most, especially documentaries that show the human side of people, not just the surface of the problems. The documentary is very well done, and the way the director portrays the man is absolutely fascinating. The documentary is also very well-done, and I recommend it highly.

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Thomas Fuller

I saw this movie last night and it was a good movie. It is not a documentary nor a documentary on the person of Patrick but more of a documentary on the battles fought by his group against the Irish Nationalists and the British who wished to prevent their independence from Ireland. It is an interesting look at what happened in the day to day life of the people. The film is more about the battle and the battle of the men in the ranks of Patrick's group than the actual life of Patrick himself. For me the movie was a good one. It does show the real battle of the men and the battles that were fought. But it is also a good movie with an interesting story and I believe that it is a movie that people can enjoy.

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I am Patrick: The Patron Saint of Ireland is a documentary that chronicles the life of Patrick Pearse (played by Joe Corroney) and his journey from Ireland to the United States. The movie gives a lot of insight into the tumultuous times that led to Pearse's actions. It also highlights his love for the Irish people and how his politics played a major part in the relationship between the two countries. The movie is a beautiful representation of history and even though the movie is based on the real life of Pearse, it is not a documentary in the sense that it was written to be. The movie gives an accurate portrayal of the life and times of Pearse, and in my opinion, it should be recognized as one of the greatest documentaries of all time.

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The film chronicles the life of Irish artist Patrick, who during the 20th century and 20th century alone had produced a number of paintings that changed the way we see Ireland. He was also a prolific writer, a poet, and a pianist. His paintings, in many cases, depict scenes that are directly relevant to the country in which they are located. His paintings are breathtaking and require great skill and attention to detail. Patrick's paintings are seen by millions of people around the world. He was one of the few artists that achieved international fame, but he also was highly respected. The documentary shows his life in an extraordinary way, but in a lighthearted way. The film includes interviews with many of his friends and colleagues and with a number of historians. It is interesting to see that most of the people who knew Patrick were not able to talk about him, for reasons of privacy, or to be interviewed by a film crew. They did talk about him, however, and it was an interesting experience. We also see some interviews with his family and with his daughter who was the daughter of Patrick's first wife. I am familiar with the works of Patrick and his paintings, but I did not know him personally. I did not know any of the people who spoke to me, but I am very glad that I did. It is a good film, but it could have been better.

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this is an interesting documentary about a movie director, Patrick O'Malley, who has had an interesting career. he is a comic actor who has directed two movies that have received high praise and have given him fame and fortune. the film was very well done and made me think that the filmmaker was very intelligent and knew a lot about the Irish history. the film is also interesting because it tells the story of the director and his career and also how some people were against him. the film was shot in Ireland, and the director himself lives in Ireland. i think the director was very smart and well educated because he made a movie about a cultural taboo in Irish society. this movie is worth watching.

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Johnny Rodriguez

So, that's it. Two hours of my life I can never get back. The true story of Patrick was one of the reasons why I found myself writing this film. I felt that it would be a good opportunity to finally speak out on the topic of euthanasia and the reasons behind it. I can't understand why this subject is still not considered in the general population. To me, the idea of euthanasia has always been about mercy and compassion. It is about not killing or inflicting pain on others and it should be the right decision for each individual. This is why this film is very important and important to those who feel they have no hope. It's also important to me because I was affected by this topic and still have the pain and loneliness from my friend's death. The film was well-made and well-written. The actors did a great job and I think the story was very well-told. But I think the most important thing to me was the effect it had on me and the message I got from it. I would recommend this film to anyone who is still suffering from grief. It is very important to say that people who have had a loved one in the same situation are supposed to make the right decision and I believe that's what this film shows. It is the duty of each one of us to try to understand what would happen if we were to have that kind of a situation and I believe it's our duty to do it. This film shows that if we try to think of the facts, we are not supposed to be prejudiced. In fact, we should try to understand the person as well as the situation and make the right decision. This is a very important film. I hope everyone can see it. It is very important that we remember that these are the people that we are dealing with and that we are supposed to help them. There is a lot of emotion and sadness and pain in this film. I can't wait to watch it again and again. 8/10

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A documentary about a quiet and rarely talked about figure of Irish history. The Irish are perhaps the most interesting group in the world today. It is believed that Ireland has produced more Nobel laureates than any other country. It is thought that all the Nobel Prizes have been awarded to Irish people. The historian Denis O'Brien was the first Irish to win a Nobel Prize. He is perhaps the most well known of the Irish Nobel laureates. Patrick Pearse was a highly respected leader of the Irish Republican Army (IRA) in the 1940s. His was an armed rebellion against British rule. He was captured and executed by the British Army in Dublin on Easter Sunday, 1916. Some argue that his murder was a planned event to justify the Irish Independence movement. His supporters argue that he was killed by the British Army. The documentary shows the personal history of Patrick Pearse, his childhood, family, childhood friends and family, and his political activities. Patrick Pearse was a quiet and modest man who is mainly remembered for his support of the IRA. He was a supporter of the IRA and many people consider that he was more an agent of the British government than an IRA man. He is thought to be the most successful leader of the IRA. The documentary shows the violence and betrayal of the British Army during the Easter Rising of 1916. They show that the British Army was attempting to capture the place where the Rising took place, Rathgar. They show that there was an IRA presence and some IRA members were captured by the British Army. They also show the British Army's attempts to capture the leaders of the IRA. The film shows the propaganda that was used to convince the Irish people that Patrick Pearse was the leader of the Irish nation. The British army put a lot of effort into trying to capture the leaders of the IRA. They were captured, tortured, and killed by the IRA. The film also shows the police force in Ireland. They show that there were many police forces in Ireland at the time. They show that they were poorly trained and had poor police procedures. They show that there was an army police force and that there were many soldiers in the army police. They also show the Irish republican movement. They show that the Irish republican movement was a movement of political prisoners, not terrorists. They show that there were many people who joined the IRA to defend the rights of their nation. They show that the Irish republican movement was a movement of radical and violent nationalists who fought for the rights of their nation. The film ends with an interesting scene where the British Army recaptured the place where the Rising took place. They captured many leaders of the IRA including William O'Conor. He was the most popular leader of the IRA at the time and many people considered that he was a leader of the IRA. The film is well made and informative. It is well researched and shows all the sides of the story. The film was well made and informative.

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Gregory C.

I really like this documentary. It's not a complete hit-and-miss story. It's really well done, and there are some parts that are really fascinating and all that stuff, but it also has the tendency to be less focused than the other parts of the documentary. It's not the only documentary about Irish history, but it's the only one I've seen that focuses on the economic effects of the famine of the 1930's on the Irish people. It's definitely not a perfect documentary, but it's pretty good. I really liked the fact that the film has Irish actors. I don't know what I expected going in, but it certainly was good. There was some really good stuff. One of the things I particularly liked was the soundtrack. It was very interesting and it was very well done. The music itself is not Irish, but it's obviously not English, and I'm sure that has something to do with the historical quality of the music. It's a really good and important piece of film. There are some really good scenes in the film. One of the highlights of the film is the song, "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood," sung by the band, The Carpenters. It's very moving and you'll be moved to tears at some point in the film. It's one of the best scenes in the film. There are also some really great things in the film. One of the best scenes is a scene in the documentary, where Pat was on the radio and they talk about the famine. The viewer hears Pat talking about how the country was fucked up, and he tries to tell people that Ireland is in a great financial position. You'll get a really good look at the famine through this song. I think the film is very important, because it shows that the Irish people were a people who were angry about their government's actions during the time that they were starving and starving, and that was a very important part of the film. It also shows that the government really took a very bad economic turn during that period. It shows that the government was very, very close to the real estate market and it was getting really, really rich off of the Irish people. The film is also important because it shows the anger that the Irish people had towards the Irish government and it shows the rise of Sinn Fein. You'll see how they were creating trouble for the Irish government and how Sinn Fein became a very important part of Irish history. It also shows the relationship between the Irish people and the IRA. The film is definitely worth seeing, but it is not perfect. It's not as comprehensive as it could have been and the documentary is a bit too long. It was a little bit too long, but it was still an excellent documentary.

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Gregory A.

I am a native Irish person and I love this film. For people who have never lived in Ireland, this film shows the extreme poverty, the rough and lonely life in the countryside, the famines of the past, and the hard times that followed. The film is interesting, moving and, most of all, sad. You can see the sadness in the faces of the people and they all seem to be in a state of complete despair. This film is a great reminder of the past and a reminder of the future.

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Bruce W.

This documentary is the second film in a series about Patrick's life, and focuses on his childhood, youth and youth of the late 1800s. The film is a must-see for anyone who loves the Irish history. It tells us the true story of the young Patrick and his connection to his Irish heritage. The documentary is a must-see for anyone who loves the Irish history.

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Gregory S.

I have seen a lot of documentaries, but this is by far the best one I have ever seen. It shows the horror of the Irish situation and the pain and suffering that all of the people have endured. As a non-Irish person, I was very moved by this film. As a Christian, it also made me want to be a better person. I would highly recommend this documentary.

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Carol Duncan

I saw this film on TV last night. I was riveted from the start. It was beautifully produced and the story was compelling. The only fault was I wished that it had stayed on the television rather than a trailer. I would really love to see it again, so I could find out more about the legacy of Patrick. The British film industry was under a lot of pressure when this film was released. I think this film highlights that pressure and the media reaction to it. However I think the public is not aware of how much pressure there is on British film companies. We can't have a film industry like that without a public that has a strong attachment to films. I am so proud to be Irish and to be part of this wonderful and remarkable world. The last ten years have been fantastic and I am happy to have been part of it. The film is well made. I would love to see it on the big screen, but it has to be on TV. I hope that it will be given the opportunity to be shown in the US and Europe.

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Alexander Edwards

My favorite movie, this movie is very interesting and was not too boring, well worth to watch

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I've never been to Ireland, so I can't really comment on the historical accuracy of the film, but I'm sure that the story is accurate, as well as the general feeling of the country. The movie is a good way to learn about the people, and the way they lived. The acting is great, and the actors don't overact, as they do in some other movies. I really enjoyed the movie, and I think it is a must see.

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This documentary is remarkable for the way it uses a combination of archival footage, interviews, and archival research to reconstruct the life of Patrick Pearse, a movement of Irish nationalists who fought for Irish independence from England and for the right to self-determination. The documentary also recounts the trials and tribulations of Pearse's life, including the many years of imprisonment in the infamous Maghaberry prison (now known as Wrexham). The documentary is so well done that you are hard-pressed to look away. The documentary was filmed by a team of journalists, film directors and a master of photography. I am a huge fan of the Irish film industry, and this documentary was well done. It should be shown in schools, colleges, and universities. People who have not seen it should see it.

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This is a very interesting documentary about the life and times of Patrick Pearse. It is a very well done documentary that gives a very accurate picture of the man. I found it very interesting that the documentary shows the documentary, Pearse's family life, his times, his struggle with alcoholism, and his problems with the Irish church. The documentary shows the main events that led to Pearse's death and the struggles of the Pearse family. This documentary also shows Pearse's relationship with his wife, and how he had a relationship with the Irish church. Pearse's struggle with the Irish church was a major reason that led to Pearse's death. Pearse was a great man, and this documentary is a great documentary to show his life and times.

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Ethan C.

I saw this documentary and it was incredibly moving and inspirational. You can relate to some of the subjects and there are a few very funny moments. The documentary takes a unique view on the two Irishmen and the story of the Irish people and how they lived and how they treated each other. The documentary really showed the importance of the patron saint Patrick and how he saved many lives and saved people from various conditions. The documentary was amazing and I would recommend it to anyone.

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I think it is a great film, I am going to watch it again in a few days. I am not familiar with the story but I am not a person that is very easily bored. I really enjoyed this film and I am looking forward to seeing it again. I am so glad I was able to view this film. It was beautifully shot, I enjoyed the scenes that were close up and the main subject matter. I enjoyed the way the camera was framed and how the music played throughout the film. It was very dramatic and was not gory at all, I really enjoyed the feeling I had watching it. I really think this film should be in the History and Culture Channel for kids to watch. I would recommend this film to all the viewers. I will watch this film again and I would definitely recommend it to my friends.

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Roy Richards

This documentary is filled with the sort of images that I have come to associate with the Troubles in Northern Ireland. The images are of young people, their relatives, and their friends being brutally and senselessly killed by British and Irish soldiers, and their bodies then lying in the streets. It is a bleak, silent, and painful documentary that has a certain honesty about it. The young men and women interviewed are ordinary, everyday people who are neither heroes nor martyrs, but they are still the sort of people we would have expected to see in a war movie. The film is centered on the photographer Patrick Coughlan, who was responsible for the famous photographs of the post-revolutionary landscape that have been shown in the world. As we watch the film, we see him at the beginning of his career, with a camera that he has kept for more than twenty years. He has been photographing ordinary people, from beggars and drug addicts to the dead and dying, and it is the way that he has captured the faces of these people that gives the film its powerful power. The documentary is extremely informative and revealing about the conflict and the people in Northern Ireland, and the images are so powerful that you find yourself thinking about them long after you have watched the film. While the documentary is very well done, there is a lot of repetition in it, and the film is certainly not perfect. It is not without its flaws, but they are not enough to make the film unwatchable. The documentary is based on the book by Patrick Coughlan, and it is narrated by him, which is quite unusual for a documentary. In some ways it seems like an anti-war movie, but the film is not about the politics of the war, or about any politics. The film is about the men and women of Northern Ireland who have the courage to speak out against the brutality of the British and Irish soldiers and to prevent the dead bodies from being left to rot. It is a very important film, and one that everyone should see.

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Sandra Elliott

I recently purchased this DVD in the name of my daughter, who is studying at a high school in the U.K. She will probably never see this movie again. I bought this movie mainly because I heard that it was amazing and I didn't have anything better to watch. I was disappointed, however. The first hour or so of the movie was more interesting than anything else. The relationship between the two children in the story was a bit unbelievable, but I think it was the only part of the movie I didn't like. I did not find the music, acting, or directing very impressive. As a bonus, the commentary was a real winner, as there was so much about the movie I didn't know. Also, a part of the commentary where the author explained some of the details of the story was actually pretty interesting. The movie is definitely worth seeing, however, only if you have nothing else to do.

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Peter S.

This film is one of the best I have ever seen. The acting is very good, and it really shows how dangerous the situation was for young soldiers during World War 2. However, one of the biggest reasons for this is the actual film itself. The soldiers were captured, interrogated, and tortured by the Nazis during the war. They are shown real life horrors that most people would never imagine. It's not a film that will bring you up, it's just a good story told by a good director. Great job to the director!

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I am Patrick: The Patron Saint of Ireland is a documentary about the life of the legendary Irish songwriter Patrick O'Neill. The story is told in two parts, with the first focusing on the recording of his first hit, "Fanny O'Leary". The second part is told of O'Neill's struggle to make a living from his writing and is more of a celebration of his work and life. He did so much with his songwriting that it is impossible to fully enjoy it. The story itself is very moving, especially if you love the music. The second part is quite a bit more of a celebration of the life of the man, although it is still quite moving. It is amazing to watch how much passion and genius he put into his songwriting. This is not just his life story, it is a story of the Irish music scene. The documentary is amazing in that it shows you both sides of the story. The music is beautiful, the music fans can really enjoy and the musicians and film makers will definitely enjoy the experience.

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Joyce F.

I went into the film thinking that it would be just another movie about the IRA. I was wrong. The movie actually has something to say about the IRA. The film portrays the IRA as something very different than what we see in the media. Instead of being the vanguard of the revolution, it is a much more diverse group. It is the youngest and most educated generation of the IRA. I loved the cinematography. It captures the beauty of Ireland as well as the tragedy. The violence in the film is real. The movie shows the public support for the IRA in the face of British rule. The movie does an excellent job of portraying the effects of the IRA's crimes. This movie is an excellent representation of what happens in Ireland and how the public is supporting the IRA. The movie portrays the public support for the IRA as something very different from what we see in the media. The IRA is something much more complex.

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I'm a bit of a history buff and knew very little about Ireland during its time of upheaval and the civil war. As I sat down in front of the screen, I was unprepared for the extent of the suffering inflicted upon Ireland by this brutal regime. The images of the famine that swept through Ireland in the late 1930s and early 1940s are horrific, but I found the film's focus on the archival material to be more engaging than what I thought was going to be a cinematic portrait of these events. There are some amazing interviews with people who were directly affected by the famine. I have not seen "Genocide in Rwanda" or "Empire of the Sun", but I am hoping that they will bring the scope and impact of the Irish famine to the screen in the near future. I recommend this film for those who have an interest in this period of history.

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It is a very good documentary, especially in the sense of presenting the Irish people in a more humanistic way. For example, the people living in poverty, the suffering of the children, the carefree and drunken people, and so on. The film is not a happy one, but it is more than enough to convey the story of the Irish people, and to give a clearer idea of what the Pope Francis said in his speech at the Mass in Dublin. I don't know if the Pope Francis actually did say this, but it is one of the most touching and profound speeches that I have ever heard. In my opinion, the Vatican should also make a movie about the poor in India and Brazil.

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I am Patrick is an Oscar worthy documentary about the life and legacy of the heroic Irish fighter "Patrick 'The Irish Bulldog' King" McGuigan. It follows the life of McGuigan from his humble beginnings as a shepherd boy in rural Ireland to his worldwide rise to legendary status. The documentary is an excellent read. It is not as good as, say, Sean O'Casey's "Kicking & Screaming," which was a story of McGuigan's life, but it is a highly impressive story. There are also some interesting interviews with the people who knew McGuigan, such as his biographer John Kelly and his sisters and brothers, and also with his former manager Jim McLoughlin and his family. The documentary is definitely worth watching.

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Frances W.

I saw this documentary last week in Belfast and thought it was very inspiring. As a 20-something myself I was able to relate to the story and the more I listened to the director and producer, the more I felt I was part of the story. The documentary has been compared to "Groundhog Day", but the difference is that I never felt like I was watching the same film twice. The documentary tells the story of a young man who sees the same events over and over again, and tries to figure out how he can change it and make the past a positive experience. The young man had a very different childhood, which makes his story so compelling and the documentary follows his story to learn from the experience and to learn how he can change the past and make a positive change in the future.

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David Santos

This documentary is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen about Ireland. Not just because it's about one of the most important countries in the world but because it's also extremely well put together. It does a fantastic job of combining information about Ireland, the people who live there, and the people who fight for their country, giving the audience a very good view of both sides of the conflict. The documentary also includes interviews with both the people involved in the war and the people who went to fight in it and it shows both sides of the argument. The music in this documentary is incredible and makes the documentary just that much more powerful. The film also includes great behind the scenes footage as well as interviews with the people involved in the war. This documentary should definitely be viewed by anyone who wants to understand Ireland and what it means to people.

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Victoria Daniels

This documentary has a fine set of shots. It also has a great feel to it, like the immediacy of a story from the 60's, the beginning with the airport crash and a fair amount of darkness to just follow Patrick's journey through Ireland and Germany. The documentary is also one of the better documentaries on Patrick, not in terms of details, but in terms of it's telling of the story of a giant of Irish history and the man who put him on the map. He's told in a very moving manner and very compelling. The documentary also does a fine job of covering the political and social effects of Patrick's rise to power, from the turmoil that came with the eventual fall of the Irish monarchy to the rise of the Irish Nationalists (this was a major factor in the result of World War II). For example, the documentary does a fine job of explaining how the rise of the Irish Nationalists and then the subsequent rise of the Irish Independence movement played out, and how Ireland experienced a drastic economic decline and, of course, the rise of National Socialism in the years that followed. This documentary also does a good job of covering the social aspects of Patrick's rise and downfall. This is a documentary that I really liked and that I'd recommend for anybody that has some interest in the history of Ireland.

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First, if you have seen the movie, you will see that Patrick never existed. I think this movie is worth seeing as it tells the story of a religious man who was not so unlike the saints he was supposed to be. But because of his success, he is also feared by people. It is very interesting to see what his personality was like. As far as the movie goes, I think it is worth seeing because it is well-made, well-acted, and very interesting. It does tell a story that I wish was told by more people. And that is why I am giving this movie 7 out of 10.

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I've always enjoyed Irish movies (Belfast or even Ireland) so when I learned this one was on HBO I thought it was a perfect fit. With that said, I did want to watch this as I was able to see a similar Irish movie with my girlfriend. For the most part this film is interesting, but there is a lot of humor in this. One of the most enjoyable parts is when Patrick and the Black Watch are at the bar. Patrick is a hero because he is a hero. Patrick's fight against the Irish is like that of The Godfather. He fights to bring honor to his family, especially to his father. That's just a taste of what the humor is in this. I have to mention one thing that I really liked about this movie. One of the characters, The Black Watch, is named after the Black Eagles, a student of the Battle of the Boyne, a student who led the way. A reference to the epic battle that had so many casualties. I enjoyed this movie and I would recommend this to anyone. This movie is worth watching.

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Nicholas F.

I was expecting this film to be a bit of a mess but I was pleasantly surprised. It was a great film and I felt it had a message. I liked the movie because it showed the history of Ireland and the Irish people and how they were treated. I was happy that it did not show any of the atrocities committed against the Irish people. I was also happy that it did not show the Irish people being oppressed. I think that is what people wanted to see but it was not shown. I was also happy that it was not shown that Ireland was a nation of immigrants. I think that is what is shown in the film and I think it is a very important part of Irish history. I think that this film was a great documentary and I recommend it to people who are interested in Irish history.

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I am a fan of Richard Gere and I was excited to see this movie because of the great reviews it had received. When I saw that it was a 10, I was almost in tears. There is a great deal of information that is not readily available for people outside of Ireland. The story is compelling and I was impressed with the direction and cinematography. I have been to Ireland many times and I have never before witnessed such a beautiful landscape and such a beautiful spirit. Many people have commented on how "shaky" it was, and that is true. I am not a camera operator and I am an avid traveler. I often wonder if I was being too tight in my seat, as the camera may have been shaking. The pacing was perfect and I felt that the director was not looking for action or a lot of physical contact. The story is very human and sensitive and is not to be taken too seriously. There were many moving scenes that I felt were very important to the story and I was moved. I can't imagine how much the director sacrificed on the production side to make this movie. I can't wait to see the DVD because I plan to buy it. To me it was a great movie because it is about a real person who has a gift of healing. There are many, many stories about saints and miracles but this story is one of love and forgiveness. It is not a movie about miracles or miracles but about love and forgiveness. Richard Gere gave an amazing performance. I think that everyone who sees this movie will enjoy it and I would encourage everyone to see it.

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It's a sad and a refreshing film to see that the majority of the Irish people and their culture have the same inalienable right to freedom from any kind of racial discrimination and that no one has to be ashamed of their heritage or their religion. This is one of the first films I saw on the subject, but I have watched a lot of films on the subject over the years and this is one of the best. The film is a mixture of history and poetry, showing the transformation of Ireland and the Irish people in the second half of the 19th century. A lot of the history is from the very beginning, but it goes over very well and at times it is actually quite funny. I enjoyed this film and I recommend it to everyone. I also think the film is very important in the history of Ireland, not only for the history of the Irish but also for the history of Ireland itself. The film is a mix of a history of Ireland and a beautiful documentary style. I think it is a film that anyone should watch. It will keep you interested and it's a film that most people should see.

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Stephanie R.

I have been an Irishman for the last 15 years or so, so I have quite a good understanding of the feelings of the people in Ireland. I have been aware of the problems facing the Irish people for a long time, and this documentary gave me a chance to reflect on the situation in a way that I could understand the feelings of the people, in a way that I could relate to the situation. I found it quite compelling. The film had a similar tone to the book 'The Book of Enoch', and it was very entertaining. I would recommend it to anyone, but especially to those who have been living in Ireland for a long time. This is a good movie, and a good piece of work.

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Austin H.

I was disappointed. I did not get all the answers I wanted to, and I think I may have missed some. It does not go into as much detail as it should. Still, it is an entertaining documentary. I would recommend it to those that are into this sort of thing. 7/10.

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This is a great movie, and a very good one. It shows a very complex relationship between a drug addict and a recovering alcoholic. And the addict, though is trying to make up for his past mistakes, has a very dark side of his personality that can cause serious harm to a loved one. But in the end he goes through with his redemption. The reason this movie is so great is because it is a very good portrayal of the life of one Irish man who did not turn to drink and drugs. He really tried to turn his life around and took responsibility for his actions. But, in the end, he came back to the very same thing he had done before. I really loved the way the Irish were portrayed in this movie. The movie is very good because it is based on a true story. It shows the good that Ireland has to offer the world, and it gives a very clear picture of the human condition, of the good things and bad things that we can do to others and to ourselves. So watch this movie, and you will learn about the real life of a very complex human being who had no real future, and got a chance to turn his life around. I really hope that this movie gets some acclaim.

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Lauren J.

This movie is extremely educational and very inspiring. The documentary is beautiful and I was particularly impressed with the Irish scenes. The whole cast is phenomenal. I was particularly impressed with the music, which I felt was very fitting for the theme. I had very little idea what to expect from the movie and was pleasantly surprised at how deeply I appreciated the movie. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who is looking for something very educational and inspirational.

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Alexander T.

I'm a huge fan of Irish music, and I've loved this documentary for a long time. It's a great look at the culture, and the people involved. The Irish are a fascinating people, and it's wonderful to see them portrayed in such a positive light. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys Irish music, or Irish culture in general.

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Patrick G.

This documentary is really the most important work that has been done on Patrick that I have ever seen. It talks about his life, his religion, his music, his great movie, his actual past, and his present. The documentary is very good, the story is very interesting, and it gives you the full picture of what Patrick was. It really helps you understand why he is the way he is, and it helps you understand why his music is so special. The documentary is really good, I think this is the best movie ever made about Patrick and Irish music. I would recommend this to anyone, I think that everyone should see it.

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Janet F.

This documentary about Patrick, a modern-day saint, is by far the most interesting thing about this film. It is a love letter to his homeland and the church that was to him a role model of how to be a successful evangelist. The documentary follows Patrick in his efforts to get the name of Jesus onto the walls of the churches in Ireland. The documentary shows how Patrick had to overcome many obstacles along the way, even going so far as to "re-convert" his pastor. This documentary is really worth seeing, even if you aren't a fan of Patrick. It is a documentary that you will see many times over and it has everything you need in a documentary. I would recommend this film to people that are looking for something different to watch.

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Daniel Lucas

This documentary about Patrick St. Patrick and his life in the English land of Ireland has a great cast that included actor, Director, and producer James Hibberd, writer/director, and co-producer, Nicholas Moore, and actor, writer, and producer, Ken Tucker. Hibberd's documentary chronicles St. Patrick's journey and his day-to-day life in Ireland, England, and Scotland, from the time he was an orphan, through his time as a Roman Catholic priest, to his encounter with the saint Patrick, who was then a monk at the monastery of Kilmainham Gaol. This documentary is full of Irish humor and comedy. St. Patrick's wit and his sarcastic sense of humor made him a popular figure in Ireland and his charisma in the English countryside of England made him an attraction to many people in Ireland. Hibberd's documentary features interviews with many people in Ireland, including St. Patrick's family, the clergy, and St. Patrick himself. The interviews are mostly from the perspective of the former priest, St. Patrick, who is portrayed as an Irish patriot and self-made man. Patrick's interviews include a variety of subjects, including the news media, British and Irish history, his love for the Irish language, and the historical figures of the Irish, including John Devoy, James Joyce, and Martin Luther King, Jr. The documentary also includes footage from interviews with historians, theologians, and others who were there at the time of St. Patrick's life, as well as from archival material. The documentary also includes the archive footage from the documentary film of St. Patrick's life. This documentary is very entertaining, but does have a few flaws. For example, St. Patrick's hometown in Ireland was not actually St. Patrick's birthplace, but the birthplace of his parents. This might seem like a minor detail, but it is actually a major flaw that detracts from the documentary's impact. The documentary also makes several references to the Catholic Church, which are not necessarily a criticism of the Catholic Church. For example, St. Patrick was often asked to pray for the sick, and the priests would come to him with a bag of prayer books and ask him to pray for them. St. Patrick's devotion to the Catholic Church was certainly part of his personality, but it does not detract from his devotion to his religion. The documentary also makes many references to the English and Irish civil wars, and the role of the church in supporting the cause of the English, which was a popular theme during the period. However, the documentary also makes several references to the church's involvement in the Irish Civil War. The documentary is not without its flaws, but for many people, the documentary will be very entertaining and it is definitely worth a viewing.

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Gerald A.

I was looking forward to this documentary as I was very interested in the work of Bernard Manning. His role in writing the novel 'The Spirit of St Patrick', about a different Irish-Catholic history and culture, had so much impact on me. The documentary was quite good and left a lot of questions unanswered, but there were also good parts that were good and good parts that were bad. A big question about this film, like many others, is about the ending. The film is very short and focused on the life of Bernard Manning, who, as the film points out, was always fighting to get more people to know about the Catholic Church and the history of Ireland. He was always the underdog, the one trying to keep his work from being banned, even when the Church was trying to censor it. He always got the Catholic Church to comply and sometimes, even if it was only in the smallest church, they would be happy to show the film. He was always the only one who did that, and when the film was finally released, it was when the Church was finally able to show it to the public. This was one of the more important moments in his life. This documentary is very good. It will definitely interest the Catholic Church as well as the Catholic education system, which had an almost complete blackout of this kind of information for many years. I hope this documentary will show people that, in fact, we all have the same mission and that we all have different roles in life, and that we all need to stand together for the good of humanity.

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Bruce L.

The director, Anthony Hopkins, has done a fantastic job capturing the atmosphere, the music, the actors, and the culture. The Irish people are portrayed in an amazing and authentic way, showing the real spirit of the people of Ireland. If you go to see this movie, you will find that the movie doesn't rely on special effects or shots, and it focuses on the spirit of the country, the people, and the history. The movie also doesn't use any acting techniques or dramatic moments. It focuses on the people and their spirits, and the story of the Patron Saint Patrick. The film starts with a slow-paced introduction of the Irish people, and it quickly shows the history of the people of Ireland and how the Patron Saint Patrick changed the lives of his people. It gives an insight on how the patron saint helped his people out of trouble and what his role in the history of Ireland. This is really cool, because the film doesn't rely on special effects, or special actors. It is a true history of the Patron Saint Patrick, showing the people's history and how he helped his people out of trouble. I also think that the acting is amazing, because the entire cast was amazing. I think that the real person who does the singing is amazing, and the characters and the people are incredible. You really feel for all the characters. There are a few scenes where there is a lot of darkness, and there is some strong language, and that can be off putting to some people, but I think that it adds to the atmosphere. Overall, the movie is great and I think it deserves more attention than it's getting.

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Michelle Tucker

An exceptional film. The special effects were outstanding, the singing was wonderful, and the musical accompaniment was simply phenomenal. This movie is definitely for Irish people. It is definitely not a comedy, but an emotional movie that can make you laugh and cry at the same time. I don't want to give away any details, but I strongly recommend it. You should definitely see it!

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Gary S.

The film opens in a cloistered environment and a Catholic monastery in south east of Ireland. After a fatal car accident, a priest (Pat Gleeson) and his mother (Michelle Dockery) decide to move to the countryside to live with their father and mother, a distinguished Irish family, whom they are considering as the patron saint of Ireland. As a novice at the monastery, the father is being pressured to run for the office of the local bishop, a nomination which seems improbable given his son's complete lack of religious faith. The priest is also apparently suffering from severe mental problems, and the mother attempts to confide in the doctor but is also assaulted by the boy, whom she has not seen for several years. This is the kind of situation that leads one to question the existence of God, if indeed there is any God. The father has recently received a report from a local priest who claims to have been witness to a miracle. This is where the film picks up momentum and becomes a well-made and poignant portrait of a man who does not want to believe in God. The film is a triumph for the camera and cinematographer (Ian Morrison) and gives a unique visual and narrative style. We see many different images through the camera's lens, such as the mystical scene where a vision of the Virgin Mary and Jesus are juxtaposed with the parents and the priest. The cinematography is well made and you are taken into the character's mental states. The film is also quite moving and well directed. The story begins to take an interesting turn when the priest receives a letter from the bishop, who is obviously the key figure in the plot. The priest is deeply moved by the bishop's letter, and the two are suddenly engaged in a passionate battle of wills. This is what seems to be the connection between the priest and the bishop. Throughout the film, the two are on the same page, with the bishop claiming that he has an unbreakable faith, which is challenged by the priest who believes in God. The film is full of moral dilemmas, such as the priest's attempts to comfort his mother after the car accident, or the priest's desire to believe in God but the boy's utter lack of belief. The film ends with the two in a very passionate love-making scene. The film is a fascinating character study of two people who do not believe in God, but the relationship between the father and the priest is well done and emotionally powerful. The film was a wonderful and sad film, and I highly recommend it.

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Jeffrey P.

It is a beautiful thing to see documentaries, but not the best documentary of all time. This is a fantastic film with many historical inaccuracies and incorrect facts. For instance, the 13th century was in the wrong century and the Irish people of the time (in the film, the church) are all supposed to be in that century. However, the modern Ireland is in the 11th century, so the 13th century is actually the 13th century. And what does that have to do with the movie? The 13th century was not the 13th century in the same way as the 14th century. The movie also makes it seem as if Ireland had a different culture and religion than the rest of the world. The church does not get the people in Ireland as they are supposed to, and instead, the Irish people are the opposite, as they are the opposite of the Irish church. But this was shown in the movie as a positive thing, not a negative. It is a beautiful film, though. I would recommend it for all movie buffs. 7/10

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When you see an Irish family's story from the past to the present, the movie becomes more powerful and emotional than the raw facts. And that's what this movie is about. This movie is about a journey of the entire family, and their difficulties. The film gives us a lot of information about how the family was forced to leave their homes and go to a job in America, how they are surviving in the new country, and how they have to cope with each other. The movie shows the suffering of the Irish people, but it also shows how the people are caring about each other. This is a family's story, and it is amazing. I have watched it three times and will watch it again.

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Gerald G.

I first saw this documentary on HBO the other day. It is a bit like a film about the documentary, and it is very informative. It is a bit slow in parts, but it is a very good documentary about the Patrick family and the tragedy that occurred during the summer of 1922. This film has been produced in the same manner as the similar film, "My Father, My Father, My Father", which also covered the same subject. It is very easy to understand and it is informative. There are several people who are interviewed, and their testimony and thoughts are very interesting and informative. I think that the book, "The Patrick Murders" was a better book about the subject. I think that the movie is very interesting and informative. It is a bit slow in parts, but it is a very good documentary about the Patrick family and the tragedy that occurred during the summer of 1922.

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I'm really amazed how this documentary turned out. It is quite simply amazing. I am a huge fan of the so-called Christian folk hero, the Irish patriot, the rugged lovable guy who always comes out on top, the all-American, and especially the hero, the perfect American. The film is the first non-fiction film to tackle the subject of Patrick's religious awakening. The film is very good. It is true that the film is a bit repetitive, because it does not really get into much detail of Patrick's life, but then, there is no point in filming him in the first place. We don't really need to know anything about him. His life is full of miracles, and this film really tells the story of that miracle. The film is very well done, and beautifully put together. If you don't know anything about Patrick, don't worry. I think the documentary is mostly for non-believers. It tells us the story of one of the most significant figures in Irish history, and it does so without proselytizing. It tells us about a man who didn't really believe in God, but, like all people, he was waiting for a miracle to come to his rescue. The film is a wonderful example of how to tell a story. It is a tribute to Patrick, but it is also a tribute to the filmmaker who has done so much with such a small budget. It is a great film. It is a testimony to the power of miracles and the power of one's faith.

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I am a Catholic and I have followed the life of Patrick O'Brian and his stories from the days of the Eisteddfod to the present day. This film is a must watch for all of the faithful. I do not like what the Republican party is doing to the Catholic Church and I see nothing but contempt in the Republicans attitude towards their Irish relatives. Please, as we go forward, let the republican party stay away from the Irish people, their country and their culture. The rest of the world needs to know about their struggle for a republic.

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Victoria Wheeler

I'm never afraid to watch a documentary and I have to admit, this one isn't too bad. What happens in our country in the short time span of a week is mind blowing and I didn't think it was possible to capture that in a documentary. This is a beautifully shot documentary with interviews, it is quite insightful and if you're into history, it will leave you pleasantly surprised. This is a MUST WATCH for anyone who's ever been a foreigner in Ireland and I think it's an important documentary to have.

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Stephanie R.

The movie chronicles the life of one of Ireland's greatest nationalists and the man behind the gun. The time spent on the making of a historical documentary is wonderful. Not only does the movie cover his life, but the camera captures the beauty and majesty of Ireland. I'm particularly impressed with how the camera is able to capture the Irish countryside without ever leaving the camera. I'm not going to give away the ending, but it is satisfying and one of the best endings in movie history. If you are into documentaries, I would highly recommend this movie.

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Ann Kim

The documentary on my favourite Irish band, FACT, is a great show and well worth a watch. When I first heard of this documentary, I thought it would be more of a biographical documentary of the band. However, once I got into the film, I realized it was more about how the band had changed the world for the better, or at least for the better in the eyes of people who knew the band. The documentary talks about the band's road to the success of their first album "F* Your Face" and the way the band handled the press. The documentary shows how they developed the song "This Time Around" and even goes as far as the band performing it in a concert. At the end of the documentary, they go as far as to say that the band changed the world, so that's a pretty big statement. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who likes rock music, but if you're looking for a biographical documentary on a band, this documentary is not for you. The documentary starts off with a great performance on stage, so it's great to see how the band first came to fame. I also really liked the fact that they talked about the band's highs and lows, the band's struggles and they even show interviews with people who played with the band. However, they didn't give any real stories on the band itself, but they did talk about some other people. So, if you're looking for a documentary about a band, I would recommend this documentary. It is a great show, but I wouldn't recommend it if you want to watch a biographical documentary on a band. It's a good show but not a great documentary. I give the documentary 8/10.

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Andrea Stephens

There is a certain sort of Irishman that should be around at this time of the year. His name is Michael Hogan. And when the economic downturn hits, he will be in a quandary. His family is living in a run down old country house. His only way of getting by is to go to work in a nearby factory. This isn't the sort of life the Hogan family is accustomed to. It's something of a desperation to live in the rural community of Kilmacro. So what if you have to work in a factory that is the opposite of your own family. What's so important that you need to work in that factory? A film like "I Am Patrick" will show you. But then again, it's not so much a documentary as it is a visual, often comedic exploration of what's going on in the town of Kilmacro. It's very interesting to watch Michael Hogan. He's a man that's been doing this for a long time, but he can't quite put his finger on why. He has trouble expressing his emotions, he has trouble explaining his feelings. But he's a man who is almost a ghost in the town of Kilmacro. He is there, but he doesn't really exist. He is supposed to be there, but he's a figment of the imagination of the people who live in that town. It's hard for them to relate to him because he doesn't really exist. But, when he tries to tell them his feelings about life, they are willing to listen. In a way, he's the only one who has a voice. He has a real voice. When the film is over, you can't help but admire the people who he is trying to impress, for he is doing something really important. He's trying to tell them that their lives are pretty boring, and that they should get out of their comfort zone. It's not easy to do that, and he has to do it through a lot of work. His sister, Marie, is the kind of girl who doesn't really want to leave her family and friends, even when she has to. And that is what she tries to do in the film. "I Am Patrick" is one of the most original and funny documentaries that I have ever seen. I never had any idea that it was made, but it is a film that deserves to be seen. I believe that it will appeal to the young people who haven't had much of a chance to explore the things they want to do in their life. It's a film that you shouldn't have to think about very long, and it's a film that will make you laugh a lot. It will be well worth your time. I recommend it. I give "I Am Patrick" an "A".

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Andrew Greene

I think this movie is the best documentary I have ever seen. The documentary style, the amount of footage, the storytelling, the characters, the song and dance choreography, and the real-life story of a woman who went from trying to make it on her own to taking part in a massive IRA bombing campaign against a small village in Northern Ireland. I highly recommend this movie. I would be very surprised if this did not have an Oscar nod. 9/10

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In this documentary film from Ireland, James Deen plays himself, and we meet him at his home in Dublin. I think the filmmakers were quite lucky to have Deen come to Ireland to make this film. Deen is a terrific actor, and he has always been known for his comedic talents. In this film, he plays himself. This film is an opportunity to see what he was like as a child, before his hit Broadway show, and also as a writer, director and actor. The documentary is quite good, and I highly recommend it. I would also like to mention that the producers of the film did a very good job in telling the story. I thought it was quite well done, and it was very well done. It is worth seeing.

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Tammy J.

I am Patrick was a great documentary about one of Ireland's greatest heroes. It was very touching to hear from Patrick's family, friends, and even the missionaries who traveled to Ireland to save his life. His struggle to become a well respected member of society was also shown through his writings and stories. His struggles in seeking his fame and gaining respect for his church and his ministry were amazing. I love how the story of Patrick goes back to his childhood and how his devotion and love of God and for his church and ministry is shown in his writing and stories. The movie was so powerful and I highly recommend it.

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I've read a lot of reviews and seen a lot of movies about the Irish famine, but never did I see a documentary about it. This movie is definitely worth seeing. The director is not a pro and he does not try to explain the situation to the audience. He just shows the evidence. In my opinion, this is a must-see documentary. I've never seen a documentary about the Irish famine before. I think this movie is a good explanation of the events and the people involved in it. It is very realistic, you get to see the people's feelings and the starvation they went through. It is also very entertaining. It is very interesting to see how they look like in the movie. It is very interesting to see how the famine affected the people and how they react to it. You can see that they are very good people and they are very brave and they are very determined to survive the famine. The movie shows the people's feelings and their reactions to the famine. You can see that they are very loyal to their country and they are very grateful to their country for helping them and for being a nation that they helped. I think this movie is really interesting and you should definitely watch it. I recommend this movie to everyone who likes documentaries.

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I am a fan of Irish music and music in general. I have never been to Ireland, but have heard about it and read some reviews. So I thought I would go and see for myself. I am a very open-minded person. I am not going to get into any of the politics of the country, but I did find it interesting to see how they have dealt with the issues. It's not an idealized view, but it's a very real view. I was impressed with the documentary. I didn't feel that it was too political. The people interviewed did a good job of conveying their views. I thought the director did a great job of staying away from the political aspect. I also thought the film was well-directed and well-edited. The interviews were also very well-done. It was very interesting to hear about the different approaches that different groups of people have taken. There were also a few different points of view from different people. I am not sure what the point of this documentary is, but I think it was to show the different views of different people. I think it was also to show that people of different backgrounds can come together to help each other. I think it was a good film, but I don't think it was very political. I don't think it was too political. I think it was a good documentary, but it wasn't very political.

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As a native of Ireland, I had the opportunity to see this film at a special screening at the National Film Theatre of Ireland. The entire audience applauded and applauded and applauded. I was very moved. The director and crew were truly skilled and amazing. The atmosphere was so genuine and real, I almost felt like I was there. This is a great film for everyone to see and learn from. It is full of inspiration and inspiration alone. The end is uplifting and the ending is heart-wrenching. It is a film that I recommend everyone to see. It is a wonderful tale of hope and courage.

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Janice H.

Some great stuff in this film, especially the color-shifting scenes in the opening sequence (in which Patrick's face is projected in a wide variety of color) and the report from his fellow British journalists in an emotional scene (in which Patrick reveals he is a Jew). However, a film like this can't come without a somewhat heavy-handed plot, and Patrick was a slightly underwhelming character in my mind. He doesn't act like the stereotypical Irish hero (or good guy, as some would have it), but I do like that he is a little more human than we are used to in movies. This is the main issue that I have with the film. The movie is obviously made by a dedicated Irish film-maker who loves Irish culture, and Patrick is one of those people, but there's a certain feel-bad-but-good-ness to his story, which is the main problem I had with the film. Most of the time, Patrick is this sort of harmless guy who just wants to get the hell out of Ireland. But he doesn't always do that, which is what brings us to the second problem. Some parts of the film are just a little too sentimental for me, and I thought that the parts that dealt with his Jewish upbringing were rather artificial, in terms of the way that Patrick was depicted (despite the fact that he was actually Jewish himself). It seemed to me like the filmmakers tried to tell us how Patrick's past became an excuse to have him live his life, and the story ended up being rather hollow. The third problem with the film is the use of music, which was not particularly helpful in building the tone of the film. Sometimes, it was a little too heavy-handed, and was used to great effect in some scenes, which makes me think that the film would have benefited if it wasn't so overtly Irish. Finally, I thought that the ending of the film was too abrupt, because it felt like a completely different film from the beginning. The film seemed to end with a powerful statement about the Holocaust, but that statement was almost completely absent. I would recommend this film to anyone who loves Irish culture, and is interested in the history of Ireland and the way that Ireland was treated during the Holocaust. I recommend it to fans of the great Irish director John McCusker, and to anyone who is interested in Irish culture.

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Kelly M.

A fascinating documentary about a very interesting man. And the subject of the film is Patrick Pearse, whose life and death is the subject of the movie. The title itself is misleading, as there is no official saint of Ireland, but rather a man who is best known for his hunger strike during the Irish civil war. During that time he was trying to get a national franchise for Ireland. He was not successful and therefore turned his attention to the British empire. As a young man he was involved in the Irish uprising and was imprisoned, but he escaped and went to England, where he became a prominent politician. He was eventually killed by British troops while attempting to assassinate King George VI. His life was a bit of a story, but it's also very interesting. There's some good footage of his life and times, as well as his last years, which he spent in the prison at Rosslyn prison. The film is a bit slow, but still enjoyable. As well as the history, there's a bit of humor to it as well. I'm not quite sure what the audience was expecting, but I thought it was a good film.

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In my opinion, this documentary is incredibly enlightening on the true story of the patron saint of Ireland, Patrick. Many people here have asked me about this film and I can't help but agree with them on this point. In my opinion, it's the best documentary on the subject I've seen to date. For those who don't know who Patrick is, he is the patron saint of Ireland and the patron saint of Ireland's Christians. Patrick was a German shepherd who was brought to Ireland by King Henry II. When he was about five, King Henry had to bring the shepherd to Ireland. Patrick came along and helped save the country from religious persecution. When Patrick became famous, he became a symbol of the country. After he became famous, he became a symbol of peace, love, and happiness. Patrick and the Irish people became a symbol of peace and love. This documentary is a great tribute to the great saint Patrick. You will learn a lot about the legend of Patrick, the legend of Ireland, and the legend of Patrick's success.

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Olivia Davidson

Director Daniel O'Malley, who's given us such hits as "Farewell My Concubine" and "The Sun Also Rises", has given us "I Am Patrick", a film that won't disappoint the one and only true Irish lover out there. The cast is brilliant, the cinematography is as good as it gets, and the soundtrack is just a masterclass of music, all crafted with a twangy-chirping edge, and built with slow-burning intensity that's perfect for the one-sided and morbid subject matter that is the focus of the film. The movie was made for people like me, and, with all due respect to those who saw it, I can tell you that, while the movie has been parodied by other Irish filmmakers and commentators, it is more than adequately funny and fun. The story follows Patrick, a young Irish man who works as a news photographer in a small town in Northern Ireland. As Patrick is not a well-known figure, he is not considered a candidate for the coveted Paddy O'Brien award. This, however, changes when his work brings him in contact with the heartbroken mother of a young girl who has been missing for over a year. Her ex-husband, the county sheriff, has long been looking for her, and, after he finds Patrick, he sends Patrick to Northern Ireland to investigate. But, with the help of the local priest, the two begin to unravel the secrets surrounding the missing girl, and, eventually, discover that their search for her may be more than the most loyal members of the community can handle. "I Am Patrick" is one of those films that will leave you feeling good, even though you're not sure what to make of it. It is hard to describe it in a way that makes it seem not to be funny, but, then again, it is a very funny movie, and, with a cast of actors and a director that understands Irish culture, you'll find yourself wishing that it was less of a comedy and more of a drama. The plot is told through the main character, Patrick, who tells us that the entire film is just a dream. In the beginning, he is a journalist covering the civil war in Northern Ireland. But, as the story unfolds, Patrick finds himself in a situation that he isn't prepared for. And, as he and his wife watch the news, he realizes that his career may be over, and that he may not even be alive when he is told his story. Patrick, a man of few words, is the type of person that is not usually the center of any film. But, in "I Am Patrick", O'Malley allows his characters to speak for themselves. There is a great deal of conversation between the characters, and the characters are not speaking directly to us, but to the audience. As such, the dialogue between the characters is well thought out and feels authentic, and, with all due respect, it is in no way forced. The characters also have a great deal of depth, and, at times, the actors deliver a very natural performance. The performances are good, but, the real stars of the film are the music. The music is well-chosen, and, as is the case in most of O'Malley's films, the soundtrack is often spectacular. O'Malley's use of music to tell his story is nothing new, and, in "I Am Patrick", he does it in a way that has nothing to do with being clever or playing around with the genre. The songs are also well-chosen, and, despite the fact that many of them are a little too long, the songs really add to the story. "I Am Patrick" is a wonderful movie, but, it is not for everyone. It is very dark, but, as with most O'Malley films, there is an aspect of light that shines through the darkness. And, as the last song plays on the soundtrack, I think I will leave my friends in the theater to their own opinions of this film. It is a good film, but, like all of O'Malley's films, it has a story that can be found lacking in other films, and, while the plot is well-told and, as always, it does not shy away from a bit of darkness, it does not drag the film down. For me, "I Am Patrick" is the best Irish film I have ever seen. It is funny, sad, and, even, uplifting. It is an

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Sara W.

I am Patrick was a movie that was released in 2015. It was directed by Jeremy Clay. It was produced by Ellen Jacobson. The film was made for a small budget. It was made as a documentary and was funded by a Kickstarter campaign. The movie is about Patrick O'Donnell and his friendship with Irish writer Brendan McCarthy. It's a documentary about friendship, family, and tradition. It has a lot of great content and it is beautifully shot. It's definitely worth watching.

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Zachary Owens

A few years ago, I saw this movie on TV. It was quite a waste of time, but I kept thinking about it and wanted to see it again. When I heard it was a documentary about an old Irish Taoist monk, I was excited and I wanted to see it again. A month later I had the opportunity to see it again. I was surprised. I saw the same story from two different perspectives, one from the camera and the other from the monk. The monk (who was actually a Chinese Taoist, who I also knew from the documentary) narrated the story from his perspective, and the camera used the same technique to tell the story from the monk's. This technique is used in most documentaries, but in this case, it worked very well. The method of presenting the story from the monk's perspective is quite unique and I'm sure that the style of the documentary will help you appreciate this story and become more open to the point of the monk. It's like having an art exhibition with the same objects but with different characters from the artist's paintings. It's the same technique that I have used with movies such as "The Last of the Mohicans" or "The Searchers". I hope you'll like this movie as much as I did. It's worth seeing.

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A lot of Irish people think that this movie is biased because it does not include Sean Connery, and they think that it is biased because it's about the Catholic church. You know, like "The Irish Sun" and "The Irish Times" and "The Irish Times" and "The Irish Times", that kind of thing. Okay, so. if you are an Irish person, you will enjoy this movie. If you are a Roman Catholic, you will not enjoy this movie. It's not as bad as I thought it would be, but it's definitely not good either. This is one of the most interesting movies I have ever seen. It tells the story of Patrick (Sean Connery), who is a Roman Catholic, who gets involved with the Catholic church, and does not want to be involved with it. He has a certain sort of deep, even mystical feeling in his heart, which does not come out in his actions. He does not follow the teachings of the church, and he is a very religious person, so when he says things like "I hate Catholicism", people think he is crazy. But, in fact, he is trying to figure out how he can help the church. It is not a whole lot of help, but he does try. He actually does get involved in the local church and has a certain influence on it. And he does some good things for the church. I will also add that it is a very beautiful film, even though it is mostly in Irish. It is very quiet, almost like it is in the back of your mind. There are very few scenes that are not in Irish. There are a lot of scenes that are not in Irish, and that makes it very interesting. And I will also add that the title of the movie is not very appropriate. This is not a patron saint of Ireland. The film does not talk about the patron saint of Ireland. It is a movie about an Irish man who was a member of the Catholic church and he tried to help the church, but he didn't really have much of an influence on it. It does not speak about the patron saint of Ireland. It is a very important, very interesting movie, and you should watch it if you like this kind of thing.

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Yes, it's just that simple. The documentary is well made, with an interesting mix of people talking about how they feel about Ireland, with a number of personal stories to add to the mixture. I won't go into the details as I don't want to spoil the experience. Suffice to say, if you've been to Ireland, you will most likely feel the same way. I just hope you don't get the impression that this is a particularly "great" documentary on Ireland. It's not, in fact, any more than the simple fact that the people involved in the film were Irish (for those of you that don't know, it's a country in Northern Ireland). Ireland is a beautiful country and the people there are as you might expect. The Irish people I spoke to felt quite proud of their country and what it has done to help the Irish people during the Holocaust and in other horrible times in Irish history. It's also quite possible that some people here will be very uncomfortable about what they've seen, and perhaps even feel insulted by the documentary. The documentary definitely doesn't portray the Irish people as a bunch of evil monsters, and even if some people here might be offended by it, it's still important to remember that the documentary was made by Irish people. If you know the history of Ireland, you'll probably be able to feel at ease about the portrayal of the country. I think it's important to understand the motivation for the film, and it's clear that it was made to bring awareness to the problem of the Holocaust. If you don't know anything about the Holocaust, you might be surprised that it happened in Ireland and how much of it was done in Ireland. It's also clear that the majority of the film was done in Ireland, and I would expect that some of the footage of other countries would have been included. Overall, it's a pretty good documentary. It does show the Irish people to be a nation of heroes and is informative. The film is a bit long, and the ending will make some people uncomfortable. If you've seen a documentary about the Holocaust, you know the ending will be extremely moving and will leave you speechless. In my opinion, this documentary is well worth seeing. It is well-made and I think it's very important for people to understand the issues of the Holocaust and Ireland. I think if you don't know anything about the Holocaust, you'll probably like the film more than if you have a background knowledge.

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This is the second time I have seen this movie. The first time was in 2000 and I enjoyed it very much. Now I am going to give it another try. As for the others who commented that it is a documentary, I would like to state that the movie is full of real interviews and personal testimonies. It is also very inspiring, as well as entertaining. The humor is mostly dark and the subjects are, obviously, very sensitive. The people in the film are both people who are very aware and, at the same time, people who are very aware and very funny. The most important thing about the film is that it is the same regardless of age, nationality or nationality. It is not a documentary for one group of people. It is a film for all. In order to understand the director, you have to know the history of Ireland. There are many people who can relate to what the director is trying to say, but to each person it may take a few minutes to understand what the director is trying to say. In the end, I will definitely recommend it to everyone who has not seen it already, and I will say that it is a must watch.

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I have seen many documentaries on the Irish famine, but this one was the most interesting. The documentary focuses on the social and economic aspects of the famine, and on the experiences of those who survived. It is a very well made documentary and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the Irish famine. The documentary was very informative and well done. It is worth seeing.

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This documentary is about the life of Patrick Pearse. The film covers his life from his childhood in Ireland to his death in Scotland in 1690. The film is narrated by Hugh Grant, and it is very interesting to hear his thoughts on the life of Patrick Pearse. The film also includes interviews with some of Pearse's family members and friends. The documentary is very interesting to hear the stories of Pearse's life and his struggles with the English in Ireland. I thought the documentary was very interesting and I would recommend it to anyone who likes to learn more about Pearse's life.

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There is an interesting and important documentary about the life of Patrick "The Patron Saint of Ireland" Murtagh, the patron saint of the Irish and the patron saint of the Irish Catholic Church. It is a documentary, which is a compilation of many interviews with the men and women who had to deal with the legacy of the Patron Saint of Ireland. The movie is directed by Niall Douglas and is a part of the "The Patrick Murtagh International," an organization which has a board of directors composed of Patrick's descendants. It is very interesting because this documentary shows the traditional Irish way of life as well as the way of life in the United States of America. The movie is not only about Patrick, but about the legacy of Patron Saint of Ireland. The movie is informative, but it is also very sad because of the life of Patrick. He was a great man who fought for the Irish. He was a true champion of the Irish. But unfortunately he was killed in a battle and the funeral was held in Ireland. He is a great man who is also a great saint. This movie is a very important documentary for everyone who has the pleasure of hearing the history of Patron Saint Patrick. I recommend it to everyone who has the pleasure of hearing the history of Patron Saint Patrick.