‘Alive Alive O’, directed by Sé Merry Doyle, chronicles the heroes and the ever-changing heart of Dublin over a seven-year period.
This invaluable record of vanished communities also depicts a city fighting to retain its soul in the midst of boom-time redevelopment.
A young U2 play a benefit concert on Sheriff Street and the maverick politician Tony Gregory fights the closure of Moore Street market and Dubliners.
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Thank you to Loopline Film and the Irish Film Institute.