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An Everlasting Piece (2000)

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Release Date
• USA: Dec 25, 2000
DVD Release Date
• R1: Aug 7, 2001
• R2: 15 Oct 2001

Budget $14,000,000

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MPAA Rating
Rated R for language.

Running Time
1 hour, 43 minutes

Country USA

Studio Baltimore Pictures, Bayahibe Films, Columbia Pictures, DreamWorks, Spring Creek Pictures

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• An Everlasting Piece

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Genre: Comedy, Religion, Mental Institution, Prison

Tagline: Piece on Earth.

Plot: Barbers Colm (Barry McEvoy) and George (Brian F. O’Byrne) think they've hit the big time when they take over the only existing Northern Ireland hairpiece franchise from a Bible-toting lunatic (Billy Connolly) who has been admitted to the asylum in which they work. As a Catholic and a Protestant working together, Colm and George think that they'll be able to serve bald men of both ilks, and will have the market conquered. But selling toupees isn't as easy as they think. To make matters worse, they have to contend with deadbeats, the IRA, the British Army, and, worst of all, a competitor--Toupee or Not Toupee--that threatens their exclusivity agreement. When their wig supplier pits Colm and George--who've deemed themselves The Piece People--against Toupee or Not Toupee to see who can sell the most hairpieces and win the Northern Ireland franchise, the race is on for clients. Bronagh (Anna Friel), Colm's feisty girlfriend, develops a creative sales plan that leads to both political and moral decisions for the partners. Despite its humor, Barry McEvoy's script incorporates the tensions felt between Catholics and Protestants in the 1980s. Barry Levinson's direction evokes the spirit and nostalgia of his Baltimore trilogy, which includes DINER, AVALON, and TIN MEN.

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 Directed by
Barry Levinson
Rain Man, Sleepers, Wag the Dog
 Written by
Barry McEvoy
Veronica Guerin, Gloria, Poker Night
Anna Friel
Timeline, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Goal!
Billy Connolly
The Last Samurai, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, The Boondock Saints
Barry McEvoy
Veronica Guerin, Gloria, Poker Night
Brian F. O'Byrne
Million Dollar Baby, Bandits, The New World
Pauline McLynn
Quills, Angela's Ashes, Nora
Ruth McCabe
My Left Foot, Circle of Friends, The Snapper
Laurence Kinlan
Ned Kelly, Breakfast on Pluto, Boy Eats Girl
 Music By
Hans Zimmer
Gladiator, Batman Begins, As Good as It Gets

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