A Man of No Importance (film)

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A Man of No Importance
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DVD cover
Directed by Suri Krishnamma
Produced by Jonathan Cavendish
Written by Barry Devlin (screenplay)
Starring Albert Finney
Music by Julian Nott
Cinematography Ashley Rowe
Edited by David Freeman
Release dates 10 September 1994
Running time 99 mins.
Country Ireland
United Kingdom
Language English
Box office $934,550 (USA) (sub-total)

A Man of No Importance is a 1994 comedy drama film directed by Suri Krishnamma and starring Albert Finney.

Synopsis[edit]

Alfred Byrne is a closeted homosexual bus conductor in 1963 Dublin. His sister tries to find him a suitable woman, but his real passion is putting on amateur theater productions of Oscar Wilde plays. The film deals with his struggle, temptation, and friendships, and how they are affected by his homosexuality.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ O'Connell, Dióg (2012). Jez Conolly, Caroline Whelan, ed. World Film Locations: Dublin. Intellect Books. pp. 36–37. 

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