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He wants to marry Wright, but she refuses to marry him or to identify her child's father.
Foreign work is always of a finer caliber, minding better the ways that people think and react to life's difficulties without chewing on the scenery.
Aidan Quinn and Robin Wright have wonderful chemistry and if you like romance you can't help but enjoy it.
Everyone in this movie played their parts so well you forget you are watching a movie I could watch it over and over.Published 12 months ago by Geradine Dinardo
This arrived in German and with European coding. Totally useless to me. I have had no response to my refund request. Really angry and disappointed.Published 20 months ago by N Duncan
The setting for "The Playboys" is an Irish farming village in 1957. Order is maintained equally by the Catholic Church and the local constabulary represented primarily by a moody... Read morePublished on October 28, 2012 by David Baldwin
I love Aidan Quinn and Robin Wright. What a beautiful movie. I can watch and fall in love with any movie that tells such a beautiful story and place it in Ireland and that is the... Read morePublished on October 4, 2012 by 1800's Lady at heart
This is one of my favorite movies. Aidan Quinn and Robin Wright have wonderful chemistry and if you like romance you can't help but enjoy it. Great date night movie!Published on June 3, 2010 by Splenitive
A beautiful story, acted similarly. It has a great ring of truth--growing up in the west of Ireland,I well remember the traveling performers who set up their tent on Monday and... Read morePublished on August 21, 2009 by Emmanuel S. Forde
The Playboys is a very good drama about village life and how everyone is up on everyone else's business--the typical smalltown denizens. Read morePublished on February 9, 2009 by Marie Sharon
It's the 1950s in rural Ireland and lovely, unmarried Tara gives birth to a son. Who's the father? She won't say. Read morePublished on December 20, 2008 by Alan A. Elsner