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Lón sa Spéir or Men at Lunch is a 2012 Irish language documentary on the history behind the 1932 Lunch atop a Skyscraper photograph, its Irish connections, and the story of immigration in New York at the turn of the century. It was directed by Seán Ó... read more
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Lón sa Spéir or Men at Lunch is a 2012 Irish language documentary on the history behind the 1932 Lunch atop a Skyscraper photograph, its Irish connections, and the story of immigration in New York at the turn of the century. It was directed by Seán Ó Cualáin, produced by his brother, Éamonn Ó Cualáin, and narrated by Fionnula Flanagan. It premiered at the Galway Film Fleadh film festival in 2012.

Original Release

02/01/2013

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Cast

Fionnula Flanagan Narrator (voice)
Peter Quinn Himself, author
Jim Rasenberger Himself, non-fiction author
Ric Burns Himself, documentary film director
Joe Woolhead Himself, photographer
Christine Roussel Herself, archiving specialist, Rockefeller Center
Sergio Ferrari Himself, sculptor
Dan Barry Himself, reporter, The New York Times
Richard J. Schuler Himself, iron worker
Kevin P. Murphy Himself, iron worker
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Seán Ó Cualáin

Writers

Niall Murphy

Cast

Fionnula Flanagan Narrator (voice)
Peter Quinn Himself, author
Jim Rasenberger Himself, non-fiction author
Ric Burns Himself, documentary film director
Joe Woolhead Himself, photographer
Christine Roussel Herself, archiving specialist, Rockefeller Center
Sergio Ferrari Himself, sculptor
Dan Barry Himself, reporter, The New York Times
Richard J. Schuler Himself, iron worker
Kevin P. Murphy Himself, iron worker
Maria Tecce Herself, singer
Ken Johnston Himself, archivist, Corbis Images
Michael Whelan Himself, pub landlord, Shanaglish, Ireland
Douglas Whelan Himself
Anne Whelan Herself
Pat Glynn Himself
Patrick O'Shaughnessy Himself
Niall O'Dowd Himself, journalist

Producers

Alan Maher Executive Producer
Éamonn O'Cualáin Producer
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