Sheridan, Jim
February 2004
Millimeter;Feb2004, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p70
Trade Publication
Features the reputation of Irish director Jim Sheridan for packing dramatic impact into seemingly simple stories. Heartfelt portrayal of the remarkable success of artist Christy Brown in the motion picture "My Left Foot"; Greatest depth of emotion coming from the simplest images; Views of Sheridan on sexier ways to shoot a car driving through a tunnel.


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