Coney Island Baby (film)

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Coney Island Baby is a 2003 comedy-drama in which film producer Amy Hobby made her directorial debut. Karl Geary wrote the film and Tanya Ryno was the film's producer. The music was composed by Ryan Shore. The film was shot in Sligo, Ireland which is known locally as "Coney Island".

The film was screened at the Newport International Film Festival. Hobby won the Jury Award for "Best First Time Director".

The film made its premiere television broadcast on the Sundance Channel.

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After spending time in New York, Billy Hayes returns to his hometown. He wants to get back together with his ex-girlfriend and take her back to America in hopes of opening up a gas station. But everything isn't going Billy's way - the townspeople aren't happy to see him, and his ex-girlfriend is engaged and pregnant. Then, Billy runs into his old friends who are planning a scam.

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