- 103 min
- Directed by: Lisa Barros D'Sa/Glenn Leyburn
- Written by: Colin Carberry. Glenn Patterson
- Cast: Richard Dormer, Jodie Whittaker, Dylan Moran
- UK release: 29 March 2013
Biopic of Terri Hooley (Dormer), whose Belfast-based record label Good Vibrations was a platform for Northern Irish punks. Thanks to a brilliant, irrepressible performance from Dormer and effective work from the writers and directors, it's an inspiring portrayal of the community-building power of music in an atmosphere of fear and violence.
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Good Vibrations8 Mar 2013
Inspiring biopic of Belfast punk record label owner Terri Hooley
In 1970s Belfast, as sectarian conflict escalated into terrorism and murder, Terri Hooley decided to open a record shop on the battle-scarred high street. 'One love' was his declaration, and Good Vibrations was the name of the store. The store birthed a…
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