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Rated NR · 67 minutes

Documentary, Musical

Imagine a film crew and 150 American fans as they chase across Ireland with the hottest Irish Band in the United States. The result is the film Alive and Live in Ireland which chronicles The Elders and their amazing Celtic rock music as it makes a pounding impact abroad. This 67 minute tightly paced music documentary is like nothing you have ever seen before. It is not a concert film, but rather a reflexive visual and audible experience in the style of Jonathan Demme. This film is appropriate for all ages, both in music and content-so sit back with a pint and get ready for a wild ride across Ireland....The Elders: Alive and Live. You won't see anything like this for a long time.

Director: Benjamin Meade and Mike Adams

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