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Ar an 6 Deireadh Fómhair chuir Rialtas na hÉireann srianta leibhéal 3 i bhfeidhm sa stát go léir. Faoi leibhéal 3 níl imeachtaí amharclann-lonnaithe ceadaithe in aon chor. Ciallaíonn seo gur gá dúinn cuid de na scannáin a bhí beartaithe againn a chur ar ceal agus nach mbeidh Séasúr an Fhómhair ag tosú go dtí an 29 Deireadh Fómhair ar a luaithe. Beidh cinneadh faoi seo á thógáil agus á fhógairt anseo níos gaire don dáta sin.

Idir an dá linn beimid i dteagmháil le aon duine a cheannaigh ticéid le gur féidir linn aisíocaíocht a shocrú.

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Stiúr: Andrzej Wajda
An Pholainn 1981
153 nóiméad
Teastas: 12
 

 

Man of Iron depicts the Solidarity labour movement and its first success in persuading the Polish government to recognize the workers' right to an independent union. The film tells the story of Maciej Tomczyk, the son of Mateusz Birkut, the protagonist of Wajda's earlier film, Man of Marble. Here, Maciej is a young worker involved in the anti-Communist labour movement, described as "the man who started the Gdańsk Shipyard strike", and a journalist working for the Communist regime's radio station, who is given a task of slandering Maciej. The young man is clearly intended as a parallel to Lech Wałęsa who appears as himself in this critically acclaimed film.