Ken Loach's political drama 'Jimmy's Hall' centres on Irish communist Jimmy Gralton as he returns to his native land to re-open a dance hall in the 1930s.
The film explores the life and times of Jimmy Gralton, a passionate socialist hell bent on improving the rights of poverty-stricken Irish peasants. In the 1930s, Gralton returns to Ireland from New York and tries to re-open a community hall he had opened in 1921, but he is met with huge resistance from the establishment.
'Jimmy's Hall' is written by Paul Laverty, who has collaborated with director Ken Loach on previous projects such as 'The Wind That Shakes The Barley' and 'The Angels' Share'.
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