“The Commitments Group” , ( English The Commitments ) - a film directed by Alan Parker .
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|Robert Arkins |
Maria Doyle Kennedy
|A country||Great Britain - Ireland|
Jimmy Rabbit, an unemployed music lover, had a brilliant idea: to put together an ensemble performing music in the style of soul in Barrytown, a poor area of northern Dublin. At first there were only two guitarists in the group, they were joined by vocalist Deco and the aging trumpeter Joey, who had beaten all the celebrities before, not excluding the Beatles , and then Jimmy found three backing vocalists almost in his yard. Song by song, concert by concert - the Commitments group begins its ascent to the top. In Dublin appears his soul. But there are also internal problems in the team: Deco is unbearable, Joey is a womanizer, and Jimmy can just get bored. As a result, the group breaks up at the time of its ascent to the peak of popularity, immediately after it was mentioned in the press as the hope of Irish rock on the same line as U2 and Sinead O'Connor .
Robect Arkins, Michael Ahern, Angelin Ball, Maria Doyle-Kennedy .