I've just seen a movie called "White Irish Drinkers", that was shot by John Gray in 2010.
I really liked this movie not only because of the convincing crew but also of quite
simple and strongly fair story of working class neighborhood of Brooklyn.
In the center of the plot there is an average family of four members: a permanently
drunk father, patient mother, their 18-old younger son and his eldest brother,
trying to enlist him for some criminal affaires such as robbing and stealing.
The junior brother, Brayan, is an artist making paintings in secret and working
as a porter for a local movie theatre, a boss of which is trying to make money
by announcing a concert of The Rolling Stones. The movie is tragic as much as
funny and worth seeng though some critics mistakenly didn't find it much interesting.
- White Irish Drinkers