|Director(s)||Sé Merry Doyle|
Talking To My Father features two voices from two eras concerned with how Irish identity is understood through the architecture that surrounds it. Modern architecture in Ireland had reached a high point in the early sixties and one of its most celebrated and influential figures was Robin Walker. A quarter century after his premature death, Simon Walker addresses his father again and explores the legacy of his life’s work.
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