An Everlasting Piece (2001)
Critic Consensus: This comedy is too slight to leave an impression, and its attempts at whimsy are not as funny as they could have been.
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as Mrs. O'Neill
as The Scalper
as Mr. Black
as IRA Man
as Mr. Black
as Mr. Duggan
as Billy King
as English Patient
as Eileen McGivern
as Bronagh's Cousin
as Masked Man No. 1
as Smok Mullen
as Que McKeever
as British Officer
as TV Anchor
as Masked Man No. 2
as Dixieland Man
as Wee Messer
as Man in Cinema
as News Reporter
as Hard Man
as Creeped Youth
as Bronagh's Dad
as Toupee Man
as Toupee Man No. 2
as IRA Man's Wife
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Critic Reviews for An Everlasting Piece
The humor is slight, but the actors make the blarney go down easy.
The comedy inherent in toupee gags gradually runs dry, and the interplay between the main characters sometimes doesn't offer enough sparks to pick up the slack.
This little film tries too hard to charm, and in the process loses its bite.
A slight but diverting series of set pieces.
The director serves up a nice helping of blarney, but he seems to have left his schmaltz in Baltimore.
A comedy of high and zany spirits that effortlessly touches on matters of moral choice, reconciliation and forgiveness and the value of the generous gesture.
Audience Reviews for An Everlasting Piece
This movie from Ireland was a hoot! Like most Irish movies, I found the subtitles absolutely necessary. The dialect is often quite difficult to understand, and it's nice to have some assistance. Another underrated gem, in my opinion.
A interesting plot with a good screenplay, nice actings, just like Levinson's direction, An Everlasting Piece, is a unforgettable film, entertaining and funny.
This movies is funny and up-lifting. I haven't seen it in forever on account that blockbusters no longer carries it.
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