A Man of No Importance
Directed by Suri Krishnamma
Alfred Byrne is a closeted homosexual bus conductor in 1963 Dublin. His sister tries to find him a suitable woman, but his real passion is putting on amateur theatre productions of Oscar Wilde plays.
Starring the great Albert Finney, the five-time Oscar nominee who brought love and devotion to the craft for over 50 years. See him here in a bittersweet drama about a cheerful bus driver who dreams of staging Oscar Wilde plays.
Cast: Albert Finney, Brenda Fricker, Michael Gambon, David Kelly
Genius acting as one would expect from this master, and another great Irish production from the Emerald Isle. I want to drive that coach someday! The cast is fabulous!
Lovely film, such sweetness in Albert Finney's face...art!
Grand! An actor’s film.