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"We're trying to avoid the whole musical side of things," :LOL:

"it's about the rawness of Ireland and growing up in working-class families and making it into one of the biggest bands in the world."
 

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In fairness to them they're from rough enough areas (except Ronan Keating who is from Bayside), that doesn't happen with popstars anymore.

Unfortunately though, they formed Boyzone so the story has to be about how they escaped from a poverty of wealth to a poverty of the soul. Directed by Ken Loach.
 

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In fairness to them they're from rough enough areas (except Ronan Keating who is from Bayside), that doesn't happen with popstars anymore.

Unfortunately though, they formed Boyzone so the story has to be about how they escaped from a poverty of wealth to a poverty of the soul. Directed by Ken Loach.

Could be better if Mike Leigh does it
 

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In fairness to them they're from rough enough areas (except Ronan Keating who is from Bayside), that doesn't happen with popstars anymore.

Unfortunately though, they formed Boyzone so the story has to be about how they escaped from a poverty of wealth to a poverty of the soul. Directed by Ken Loach.

You slagging Bayside are ya? It's a bit rough in fairness. I spent a lot of time there in the 90's and the POA* was at least as high as it was in my hometown. I imagine it would've been worse in the 80's and you were Ronan Keating.



*Probability of Agg, my patented method of calculating the likelyhood of you getting trouble any time you left the house.
 

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You slagging Bayside are ya? It's a bit rough in fairness. I spent a lot of time there in the 90's and the POA* was at least as high as it was in my hometown. I imagine it would've been worse in the 80's and you were Ronan Keating.

*Probability of Agg, my patented method of calculating the likelyhood of you getting trouble any time you left the house.
Maybe we ignored each other on the street back in the day, I'm from Baldoyle. Bayside was the posh side of the tracks in our imaginations but it's all fairly relative, it's hardly Blackrock. Right next to Kilbarrack sure.
 

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