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Promotional film for the Irish Sweepstakes disguised as a travelogue because regulations prevented film advertising of the lottery at that time.
They are shown at work and at leisure, and interviews with the workers and their employers are dispersed throughout.
The film was broadcast by Telifis na Gaeilge (now TG4) in Ireland in early 2000. Although the BBC commissioned this film, the content - and the frankness of the interviews - proved too critical of Britain for their taste.
The film has never been screened on British television.
Seamus Ennis, Builders, Building Sites, Construction Workers, Labourers, Irish in Britain, Migration, Trains, Pubs, Fishermen, Lobsters, Ferries, Irish Traditional Music, Hurling, Motorways, Ardwest (Connemara), Dun Laoghaire, County Clare, Kilburn, London M1 Motorway, Euston Station, Wembley Stadium, Scotland.p.c.: BBC Television (Bristol), p/d: Philip Donnellan, ph: Michael Williams, s: Bill Barker, ed: Bill Brind, adv.: Seamus Ennis, songs to Irish traditional melodies by Ewan Mac Coll, Peggy Seeger, singers: Paul Lenihan, Joe Heaney, tape ed: Charles Parker.
Joyce returns to Trieste and tries to push Nora into an affair with local newspaper editor Roberto Prezioso. Joyce follows her and, after following his repeated failure to publish Dubliners, announces he will never return to Ireland again. The film ends in 1914 as Ulysses, the landmark modernist novel that is set on the day in 1904 when he first 'walked out' with Nora, is begun.