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Da (1988)

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Directed by
Matt Clark

Written by
Hugh Leonard

Cast
Barnard Hughes, Martin Sheen, William Hickey, Karl Hayden, Doreen Hepburn [more]


Release Date
Apr 29, 1988 (USA)

MPAA Rating
PG

Running Time
1 hour, 42 minutes

Country USA

Studio Auerbach, FilmDallas

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• Da



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 Synopses for Da (1988)
1.A man returns to Ireland on the occasion of his father's funeral and takes the opportunity to reflect on their relationship. In his grief, he sees the ghosts of his father and long-dead mother; as past events unfold again before him, he comes to understand his family's love for each other and forgive their failings.   
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