County Dublin, County Kildare, County Wicklow (Ireland)
Director : Nigel Patrick Production Company : Viceroy Films Ltd. Region : IRELAND
An atheist upsets the inhabitants of the village in which he has retired and dares God to strike him dead . . . .
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johno060. The Father makes it past a Railway Porter buying a newspaper before running from the station. Westland Row station with properties on Boyne Street in the background.
johno061. Pearse station was also seen in ‘Angela’s Ashes’, 'Michael Collins’ and ‘Nora’.
johno062. A car approaches as Father Carey runs down the narrow alley leading from the station. This ramp runs up from Sandwith Street Upper on the south side of Westland Row station.
johno062n. A locked gate denied Mark access so he and we have to be satisfied with the best achievable shot. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 28-10-2017)
johno063. Dodging the car, the Priest continues down to the roadway. The ramp next to Devlin’s Place off Sandwith Street Upper and, to the left, the courtyard off Boyne Street which was seen in 'The Commitments'.
johno063n. Mark took this through the bars of a locked gate. We would never have known! (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 28-10-2017)
johno064. On the main road, Father Carey gets into a waiting taxi. This is Sandwith Street Upper, below the bridge carrying the railway into Westland Row station from the south.
johno064n. Mark found that cars still wait below the bridge. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 28-10-2017)
johno065. The taxi pulls away to head for the Central Criminal Court. Sandwith Street Upper with the railway bridge crossing the scene.
johno065n. Mark wondered how that block would be developed. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 28-10-2017)
johno066. The shot pans with the vehicle as it gathers speed. Boyne Street from the corner of Sandwith Street Upper in Dublin 2.
johno066n. Neither we nor Mark expected things to be the same. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 28-10-2017)
johno066a. Winetavern Street with High Street beyond the bridge linking Christ Church Cathedral with the former Synod Hall.
johno066an. Mark visits the same place. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 28-10-2017)
johno067. The taxi rushes through the city. Cook Street in Dublin 8 seen from the corner of Winetavern Street with St Audeon's church to the top left.
johno067n. Has the direction of travel changed Mark? (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 28-10-2017)
johno068. Looking across the Liffey from Inns Quay to Merchant’s Quay on the far bank.
johno068n. As it is today from Mark. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 28-10-2017)