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    Recent young Irish immigrant contemplates New York with a host of notable New Yorkers.

    Trailer for the documentary HOME

    Uploaded Jan 1, 2016
    Emmy Award winning documentary HOME.

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    Directed by Dawn Scibilia 2009 70 min

    Trailer for the documentary HOME

    Uploaded Jan 1, 2016
    Emmy Award winning documentary HOME.

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    Young Dubliner Alan Cooke reflects on recently immigrating to New York City. Exploring such universal themes as nostalgia, the journey and the concept of home, the film includes interviews with immigrants, native New Yorkers, and a host of prominent New Yorkers. Susan Sarandon, Liam Neeson, Pete Hamill, David Amram, Armand DiMele, Elaine Kaufman, Fran Lebowitz, Frank and Malachy McCourt, Alfred Molina, Mike Myers, Drew Nieporent, Rosie Perez, and Colin Quinn all share their great love for the city they call home. The Emmy Award winning Home is a timely film that reaches the heart of the city and its people today.

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