Patrick

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By on July 24, 2009

Category: 15
All Genres: Documentary, Drama
Release Year: 2004
Country: Ireland
Runtime: 60
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: Pamela Mason Wagner
Sound: Stereo
Taglines:

  • Actually, nothing is what it seems

  • Writing by: Pamela Mason Wagner – writer
    Andrew Ward – writer

    Produced by: Lisa Ammerman – co-producer
    Edward J. Murray – executive producer
    William Spencer Reilly – executive producer
    Pamela Mason Wagner – producer
    Jeffrey C. Weber – executive producer

    Cast: Liam Neeson – Narrator (voice)
    Gabriel Byrne – Patrick (voice)
    Seán T. Ó Meallaigh – Young Patrick
    Peadar Cox – Old Patrick
    Domhnall Ó Loingsigh – Irish King
    Margaret Linnane – Virgin of Christ
    John Clancy – King Coroticus
    Noel Ó Tadirisg – Slaver
    Mick Molloy – Slaver
    Peter Pringle – Slave Boat Captain
    Mike Vernon – Escape Ship Crew

    Music: Thomas Wagner
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    Plot Outline: A fascinating story of the truth behind the legend and history of St Patrick. He was Welsh and even though he was thought to be Irish…
    Plot: A fascinating story of the truth behind the legend and history of St Patrick. He was Welsh and even though he was thought to be Irish. “Patrick” is released in time for St. Patrick's Day (March 17, 2004) His life is remarkable and his story will be aired on television in “Patrick,” an hour-long docudrama airing on Hallmark Channel. “Patrick” will shed light on one of the best-loved and least-understood icons of world religion. This special will feature the world reknown voices of two of Ireland's incredible top actors: with narration by Liam Neeson (aka Schindler's List & Rob Roy) and also Gabriel Byrne supplying the voice of Patrick. There is also an on-air commentary provided by renowned Irish-American author Frank McCourt, who gives insight on how a foreign evangelical would have interacted with the Irish. The story of the real St. Patrick is a fabulous mix of part adventure tale and part spiritual awakening. This portrayal of Patrick who lived in the fifth century was shot on location in Ireland, using actors and actresses in period dress to recreate scenes from Patrick's life. He was born into an upper class patrician family in Roman Britain. When Patrick was an adolescent he was captured by slave traders and sold into captivity in Ireland. After almost six years as a slave Patrick experienced a religious awakening that inspired him to make his escape from Ireland. After his safe return to his homeland Patrick trained for the priesthood. Patrick decided to return to Ireland, where he was a slave, to preach a doctrine of love, tolerance and redemption. His radical ideas were suspect and he attracted the censure of the Church establishment in Roman Britain and he was henceforth branded as a renegade. Patrick refused to compromise this commitment and soon won the respect and love of the Irish and even the finally the reluctant support of his detractors. He started out as a slave an eventually became a liberator, who learned to forgive and ultimately love his enemies.

    Movie Quotes: Michael Gallagher: There's Catholics in this room, and Protestants, and Mormons – Marion's here – and some of us believe in God, and now maybe some of us have no God.
    Michael Gallagher: But I can tell you this, we're not going to get anywhere unless we do it together. That's the truth of the matter.
    “>crowd: Here, here]


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    Ken Murray – The Man Who Makes Movies of People Who Make Movies

    Goofs: We know about 2 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Anachronisms: The film states that Cook and Moore's movie Bedazzled (1967) went into production in 1969. In fact, it was released two years earlier.

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