Sheridan vs The World
He won't go down without a fight. Catherine Healy meets Jim Sheridan, Ireland's enduring enfant terrible
Jim Sheridan can be difficult to keep up with. Sitting in a Dublin hotel lobby teeming with business suits, he flits between past and present as he speaks, musing on the tensions that still simmer beneath the surface of Irish life. Post-colonial hang-ups are regularly cited, while literary references are peppered through his answers. Pretty heavy stuff for a lunch time chat.
Sheridan is here to discuss his new film, The Secret Scripture, based on...
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