FINE ART FOR FILM ADDICTS

'Sing Street' (2016)

Limited edition giclee printed on photo rag 308 gsm fine art paper

comedy drama music romance


'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art
'Sing Street' (2016) - film-art

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'Sing Street' (2016)

Limited edition giclee printed on photo rag 308 gsm fine art paper

Director: John Carney

Writers : Simon Carmody, John Carney

Stars : Ferdia Walsh-Peelo, Aidan Gillen, Maria Doyle Kennedy

This is the beginning of the eighties and everybody is moving to the beat of Pop music, as the brand-new concept of the music video appears on television for the first time. However, in Dublin, Conor, a teenager with a sensitive heart, is trying to deal with a tense family relationship, reconnect with his older brother while dealing with the hostile environment in his new public school. And then one day, he sees her. Tall, with long chestnut hair, a buttery complexion and big, dark eyes; an enigmatically beautiful girl standing in front of his school's gate, indolently observing people passing by. But who is she and how could a boy ever get noticed by such a distant girl? That's easy. He would form a band. Surprisingly, with every lyric Conor writes, the gap narrows and with every song he plays, her heart fills with affection. In the end, before a sea of opportunities lying ahead of them, what will the future hold for a brave love like this?