After the brilliant Once and the underrated Begin Again, director John Carney returns to Ireland for the third of his musical stories. In 1980s Dublin young Conor (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) is struggling to adapt to a new school until he meets the beautiful and super-cool Raphina (Lucy Boynton).
What’s the best way to win her over? Start a band!
The original songs will appeal to 1980s nostalgia and to today’s teenagers. Sharing some of the spirit of The Commitments (though with different musical styles) Sing Street is a funny, smart and utterly charming film that’s guaranteed to leave you smiling.
BBFC INSIGHT infrequent strong language, drug use, moderate sex references, smoking