Mellow, plump Jack (Michael Tezla) tells his story with the smiling warmth of a favorite uncle and the lonesome resignation of a terminal bachelor, drawing out accounts of the ghosts that haunt both his beloved Irish countryside and his Saharan romantic history. Seated in the weathered pub that's his second home, Jack holds court as a man who knows how to handle his liquor. He maintains a sober dignity after eight or nine rounds, and gently holds a tumbler on his knee with the nonchalance of someone completely free of... More >>>
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There's a seat being held for them in AA: The beery raconteurs of 'The Weir'