Confessions of a Sewer Rat, A Personal History of Censorship and the Irish Cinema; Ciaran Carty
An irreverent, unexpurgated account of Carty's fight against censorship which helped clear the way for the belated emergence of the now thriving Irish film industry. Drawing on a cast of hundreds including John Huston, Andy Warhol, Mary Robinson, Neil Jordan and Daniel Day-Lewis, Carty weaves a wry account of how the Irish finally stopped suppressing movies and started producing brilliant ones. ""Valuable source of reference""-Sunday Tribune.
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