Losing Our Religion: Jim Sheridan on Ireland's problematic relationship with The Catholic Church

Jim Sheridan talks about the challenges of adapting Sebastian Barry's novel The Secret Scripture and his participation in the recent Apollo House occupation.

Director Jim Sheridan has been making films about Irish...

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