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Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan

MA15+ Documentary

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Synopsis

The film deep dives into the life of the tortured Irish vocalist, best known as the lead singer and songwriter of the Pogues, who famously combined traditional Irish music with the visceral energy of punk rock. Featuring unseen archival footage from the band and MacGowan’s family, as well as animation from legendary illustrator Ralph Steadman, Julien Temple’s rollicking love letter spotlights the iconic frontman up to his 60th birthday celebration, where singers, movie stars, and rock & roll outlaws gather to celebrate the man and his legacy.

Running Time 2hr 24m
Rating MA15+ | Strong themes, sex and coarse language
Cast Nick Cave, Johnny Depp, Bono, Bobby Gillespie, Shane MacGowan, Gerry Adams, The Pogues
Director Julien Temple

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