The little black boy who became Ireland’s first rock star
Emer Reynolds | Ireland | 2020 | 112 minutes | engl. OF
The film documents the truly outrageous story of a little black boy from Dublin’s working class in the 1950s who became Ireland’s first big rock star: Phil Lynott, charismatic singer, songwriter and bassist of the cult band Thin Lizzy, which he co-founded.
Friday | 13th november, 2020 | 9.00 pm | 3001 Kino
Or as video on demand in the stream.