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Secret Of Roan Inish
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Secret Of Roan Inish 1994


From Amazon: As one of the most respected American independent filmmakers, John Sayles has created a body of work as distinguished in its diversity as for its consistent quality and inspiring originality. He's never been one to march to the commercial beat, but chooses instead to follow his creative impulse wherever it leads him. The Secret of Roan Inish led Sayles to the beautiful and moody West Coast of Ireland; it is a tale of a girl who discovers that her family has been touched by myth and magic throughout the years. Following the death of her mother, young Fiona (Jeni Courtney) is sent to live with her grandparents on the Irish coast across...

Directed By:
No image existsJohn Sayles
Written By:
No image existsJohn Sayles
Starring:
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No image existsEileen Colgan
No image existsJohn Lynch
No image existsSusan Lynch

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Secret Of Roan Inish Movie Review by Zara (5/14/2007)

I can understand why people didn't get behind this movie as much as they have with some of the less intelligent fodder that's thrown out into the "family film" genre these days. It's an old Irish legend and if you couple the unfamiliarity of the story with Irish actors with thick accents, I can see why most Americans...

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