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In America


  1. Directed by: Jim Sheridan
  2. Produced by: Jim Sheridan
    Arthur Lappin
    Paul Myler
    Nye Heron
  3. Written by: Jim Sheridan
    Naomi Sheridan
    Kirsten Sheridan
  4. Music by: Gavin Friday
    Maurice Seezer
  5. Cinematography by: Declan Quinn
  6. Editing by: Naomi Geraghty
  7. Release Date: 2002
  8. Running Time: 105
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

On the face of it, Jim Sheridan’s semi-autobiographical tale of an Irish family settling in Hell’s Kitchen would seem a shamelessly sentimental tearjerker featuring adorable children and a lovable, dying black man. But the film transcends such a description with its unconventional directing, enchanting cinematography, and deeply compelling characters. Anchored by the marriage of Johnny (Paddy Considine) and Sarah (Samantha Morton) in the aftermath of their son Frankie's death, In America offers an emotionally honest portrayal of the challenges of marriage in the context of children, family life, and procreation. -- Anders Bergstrom


  1. Directed by: Jim Sheridan
  2. Produced by: Jim Sheridan
    Arthur Lappin
    Paul Myler
    Nye Heron
  3. Written by: Jim Sheridan
    Naomi Sheridan
    Kirsten Sheridan
  4. Music by: Gavin Friday
    Maurice Seezer
  5. Cinematography by: Declan Quinn
  6. Editing by: Naomi Geraghty
  7. Release Date: 2002
  8. Running Time: 105
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

On the face of it, Jim Sheridan’s semi-autobiographical tale of an Irish family settling in Hell’s Kitchen would seem a shamelessly sentimental tearjerker featuring adorable children and a lovable, dying black man. But the film transcends such a description with its unconventional directing, enchanting cinematography, and deeply compelling characters. Anchored by the marriage of Johnny (Paddy Considine) and Sarah (Samantha Morton) in the aftermath of their son Frankie's death, In America offers an emotionally honest portrayal of the challenges of marriage in the context of children, family life, and procreation. -- Anders Bergstrom

On the face of it, Jim Sheridan’s semi-autobiographical tale of an Irish family settling in Hell’s Kitchen would seem a shamelessly sentimental tearjerker featuring adorable children and a lovable, dying black man. But the film transcends such a description with its unconventional directing, enchanting cinematography, and deeply compelling characters. Anchored by the marriage of Johnny (Paddy Considine) and Sarah (Samantha Morton) in the aftermath of their son Frankie's death, In America offers an emotionally honest portrayal of the challenges of marriage in the context of children, family life, and procreation. -- Anders Bergstrom


  1. Directed by: Jim Sheridan
  2. Produced by: Jim Sheridan
    Arthur Lappin
    Paul Myler
    Nye Heron
  3. Written by: Jim Sheridan
    Naomi Sheridan
    Kirsten Sheridan
  4. Music by: Gavin Friday
    Maurice Seezer
  5. Cinematography by: Declan Quinn
  6. Editing by: Naomi Geraghty
  7. Release Date: 2002
  8. Running Time: 105
  9. Language: English

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix
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