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  1. 82 minutes. Countries. Ireland. United Kingdom. Language. English. The Mighty Celt is a 2005 drama film set in Northern Ireland, written and directed by Pearse Elliott. It stars Gillian Anderson, Robert Carlyle, Sean McGinley, Ken Stott and Tyrone McKenna. It is centred on greyhound racing in a Catholic community after the ...

    • Pearse Elliot
    • Robert Walpole, Paddy McDonald, Paddy Breathnach
  2. 26 ago 2005 · The Mighty Celt: Directed by Pearse Elliott. With Ken Stott, Tyrone McKenna, Gillian Anderson, Richard Dormer. In this tender coming-of-age story, a young boy from a broken home learns the harsh realities of life after adopting an awkward greyhound and befriending a mysterious figure from his mother's past.

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    • Drama
    • Pearse Elliott
    • 2005-08-26
  3. 26 ago 2005 · The Mighty Celt (2005), scheda completa del film di Pearse Elliott con Tyrone McKenna, Gillian Anderson, Robert Carlyle: trama, cast, trailer, gallerie, boxoffice, premi, curiosità e news.

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    • August 26, 2005
    • Pearse Elliott
  4. www.giffonifilmfestival.it › 1497-the-mighty-celtTHE MIGHTY CELT

    Donal vive con la madre single, Kate, a Belfast. Dopo la scuola, aiuta un istruttore di cani, Good Joe, a badare ai suoi cani da corsa. Donal ha una speciale sintonia con i cani e sa come trattarli. Al primo incontro con un cane di nome Mighty Celt, capisce subito di cosa l’animale sia capace....

  5. 26 ago 2005 · The Mighty Celt - BBC Film. Released 26 August 2005. He doesn't love them dogs. If you don't love a dog, you can't love nothin'. From the moment 14-year old Donal sets eyes on the fawn...

  6. Titolo Originale: THE MIGHTY CELT Regia: Pearse Elliott Interpreti: Ken Stott, Gillian Anderson, Robert Carlyle, Tyrone McKenna Durata: h 1.22 Nazionalità: Irlanda 2005 Genere: drammatico Al cinema nell'Agosto 2005 • Altri film di Pearse Elliott

  7. The Mighty Celt. A young boy’s friendship with a greyhound provides the starting point for this heartfelt tale about people coming out of the shadow of Northern Ireland’s past. In an act of compassion, the young Donal (Tyrone McKenna) saves a doomed greyhound from the often-cruel trainer Joe (Ken Stott).