|Director||Sé Merry Doyle|
|Writers||Sé Merry Doyle
|Plot||Sé Merry Doyle's 'Alive Alive O - A Requiem For Dublin' is a one-hour documentary that journeys deep into the psyche of Dublin's street traders and chronicles how an extraordinary culture becomes increasingly overshadowed by the closing of marketplaces, the scourge of heroin, and a city that sold its soul. The film premiered at the Cork Film Festival, and was broadcast on RTE 1 on 4th September 2001. 'Alive Alive O - A Requiem For Dublin' won an award at the Galway Film Fleadh and was screened at the Bilbao Film Festival - Spain, the Berlin Ethno Film Festival in Germany and the recent documentary festival held in the Irish Centre in Hammersmith, London.... search for Alive Alive O: A Requiem for Dublin on IMDb|
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