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||IMDB Rating: 7.2/10 from votes
||Release: 29 March 2013 (UK) /
||Genre: Biography, Drama, Music
||Director: Colin Carberry,
||Stars: Adrian Dunbar, Andrew Simpson, David Wilmot, Demetri Goritsas, Diarmuid Noyes, Dylan Moran, Joanna Croll, Jodie Whittaker, Karl Johnson, Killian Scott, Liam Cunningham, Mark Ryder, Niall Wright, Richard Clements, Richard Dormer
||Synopsis: In 1970s Belfast, Terri Hooley is an idealistic rocker who finds himself caught in the middle of Northern Ireland's bitter Troubles. Seeing a parallel in the chaos with Jamaica, Hooley opens a record shop, Good Vibrations, to help bring reggae music to his city to help encourage some harmony. However, Hooley soon discovers a new music genre, punk rock, and is inspired by its youthful vitality to become an important record producer and promoter of the local scene. In doing so, Hooley would struggle both with the industry's realities and his chaotic personal life that threaten to consume him. However, he would also be instrumental in creating an alternative Irish community that would bridge his land's religious and social rivalries with an art no one expected. Written by Kenneth Chisholm ([email protected])
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It's the morning after the night before, and I'm feeling more than a
little fragile as I may have overdone the celebrating a bit. I very
rarely drink at all, but I got caught up in all the reminiscing and
nostalgia last night. My head is splitting and I'm croaking like frog,
yeah! As you've probably already guessed it was a killer night.
The'Good Vibrations' movie has been a longtime coming - jeez, the film
has been in the pipeline for around 13 years and it's been over two
years since the excellent 10 minute fund raising pilot film was made
and then screened one Sunday afternoon in Feb 2010 at the 'QFT'.
Understandably I couldn't wait to see this film.
I'm absolutely delighted that the 'Good Vibrations' film is here at
last, and not only is the movie making its high profile red carpet
debut it's also launching the 'Belfast Film Festival. For the first
time ever there's a big screen erected especially for the premiere in
the historic Ulster Hall which is celebrating its own 150th birthday
this year. There was TV coverage all through the glorious day on the
local news bulletins. which is not surprising as this is the true (ish)
story of a most unlikely Belfast anti hero & the hottest ticket in town
for quite some time. Requests to attend the premiere far out stripped
supply so two more screenings were quickly arranged (& sold out) to
cope with the overwhelming demand.
It was great to catch up again with the ex punks / Harp Bar regulars
from that time as we were the kids that lived a confrontational and
exciting lifestyle during a very dangerous time. We did hang out in the
Good Vibrations shop, we pilfered the posters from the staircase wall,
and we did buy our 45's, fanzines etc etc from the man of the moment
The writers and producers totally understood from the get-go just how
important this movie was going to be to a generation of kids who stood
together studded shoulder to shoulder before and alongside 'Terri
Hooley' kicking against the pricks, they treated Terri and the punk's
tale with empathy, respect and some very dark humour. Certain scenes in
the movie were laugh out loud, while others like Gordi Owens visiting
the shop for the first-time and then the subsequent 'Rudi' gig in The
Pound just lifted my heart, it was so vivid and evocative of that great
time. The sinister side was Terri's beating by two skinheads, which was
very realistic, vicious and hard to watch gritty film-making.
Now the important question everyone is asking "did the 'Good
Vibrations' film live up to all the hype & expectation?" Of course it
did, and as you'd expect it has an exceptional soundtrack.
There was a long and well deserved standing ovation for all the main
players who were all brought on stage together and seemed genuinely
taken back & moved by the ecstatic reaction to their little independent
film which is now set to go global. Richard Dormer is a revelation, he
is so realistic and believable. He actually does Terri better than
Terri himself does, and if justice is done this will be recognised as
an award winning performance by the movie industry movers & shakers.
My son Steven ($$) and I can't thank Lisa Barros D'Sa, Glenn Leyburn,
David Holmes & Chris Martin enough for giving us the opportunity (even
though we weren't actors) to participate in the film, they are four
really talented and very nice people, we are very grateful indeed. '$$'
and his pal Chris Smith (plus my authentic punk era 'Rudi' logo
emblazoned leather jacket) got the chance to reprise their roles from
the original pilot film, only this time on the hallowed Ulster Hall
stage. '$$' also spent a very long day back in September 2011 down in
Dundalk filming his part as the 'Rural Punk Kid', which is in the
finished movie. I was more than happy to be in there as my teenage
punky self in a 1979 'Something Else' TV clip with the real 'Rudi' and
to be included in the end credits vintage punk photo reel.
Yeah! I've really only commented on the musical aspects of the film
here because of word limits, but Terri's non punk private & personal
life during this time period is also featured heavily throughout.
Congratulations to everyone involved with 'Good Vibrations', you've
delivered a movie we can all be proud of.
For anyone who hasn't had the pleasure of meeting 'Mr Hooleygan' he is
a real one off character, a storytelling socialist press darling
anarchist local legend, and possibly one of the worst business-men
ever. But through thick & thin and with eternal optimism he has kept
the 'Good Vibrations' name alive as a legendary brand. The actual 'GV'
record shop still exists and resides in its current form on Royal
Avenue in Belfast City Centre, and rumour has it the record label is
set to return. The fact that regardless of the location he's still out
there doing it 36 years later is his two fingered salute to the world,
because he's never let the bastards grind him down.
31.5.12 was the real celebration. 'God Save Terri Hooley'.
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, Andrew Simpson
, David Wilmot
, Demetri Goritsas
, Diarmuid Noyes
, Dylan Moran
, Joanna Croll
, Jodie Whittaker
, Karl Johnson
, Killian Scott
, Liam Cunningham
, Mark Ryder
, Niall Wright
, Richard Clements
, Richard Dormer
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