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Talking to My Father

Talking to My Father

Sé Merry Doyle

Ireland | 2015 | 1 h 30 min
Modern architecture reached a high point in Ireland in the early 1960s. A student of Mies van der Rohe, Robin Walker (19241991) was one of its most illustrious figures. A quarter century after his untimely death, his son Simon, also an architect, explores his father’s heritage in a dialogue spanning two eras. The landscape stretches to its horizon as Seamus Heaney recites his poem, An Architect,” written for Robin’s wife Dorothy after her husband died.
ADFF New York, United States
Dublin Film Festival, Ireland
Cork Film Festival, Ireland

Last update in March 2016
Director Sé Merry Doyle
Script Sé Merry Doyle
Production Andrea Pitt, Sasha King
Participation Simon Walker, Seamus Heaney
Editing Sé Merry Doyle
Artists Simon Walker, Robin Walker, Seamus Heaney
Sound Philippe Faujas
Cinematography Patrick Jordan
Music Stano
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Sé Merry Doyle

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