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(391) 7.2 99 min 2016

In Loco Parentis is a movie starring Dermot Dix, Amanda Leyden, and John Leyden. Long careers are drawing to a close for John and Amanda, who teach Latin, English, and guitar at a stately home-turned-school, where they are legends...

Starring
Amanda Leyden, Dermot Dix, John Leyden
Genres
Documentary
Director
Neasa Ní Chianáin, David Rane

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Neasa Ní Chianáin, David Rane
Writer David Rane, Neasa Ní Chianáin
Stars Amanda Leyden, Dermot Dix, John Leyden
Country Spain, Ireland
Also Known As Az Emberarcú Iskola, School Life, A Kind of Magic, une année pour grandir, Szkoła życia
Runtime 1H 39M
Description A year in the life of two passionate and inspirational teachers in the only primary-age boarding school in Ireland. Headfort School, housed in an 18th Century Hogwarts-like estate, embraces tradition and modernity, and this is John and Amanda Leyden's life. For John, rock music is just another subject alongside Maths, Scripture and Latin, taught in a collaborative and often hilarious fashion. For Amanda the key to connecting with children is the book and she uses all means to engage the minds of her young charges with literature. For nearly half a century these two have shaped thousands of minds but now they must start making preparations for their retirement? What will keep them young if they leave?

Top reviews

Sunday, 05 Jul 2020 05:51

I don't think I have ever been in the situation where I have to question the need to watch a movie, and I'm pretty sure I haven't watched one before. There are some people that watch movies for the fact that they don't need to think about the plot, or what happens, but this is not the case. It's the reason why movies are so popular. They're just there to entertain, not to think about. They are supposed to entertain, not to think about. And this movie does that very well. There is one thing I can say about this movie that's probably a little bit biased, but I think it's just the fact that I have a very hard time giving a movie a 9. When I watch a movie, I want to be entertained, I don't want to be thinking about the plot, I don't want to be thinking about the characters. This movie doesn't fall into that category. It has that little bit of everything, and it has that little bit of everything. I think that the only problem I have with this movie is that I feel like it is a little bit too short. It could have been a little longer, and it would have been a much better movie. But I'm not complaining about the length of this movie. I think it's really good. It's just that it could have been longer. This is just a good movie, I'm just saying that because of the length of the movie. I think this movie is great. It's got a great story, it's got a great plot, it's got great characters, it's got great acting, it's got great cinematography, and it's got great directing. It's just a great movie. 9/10
Monday, 20 Apr 2020 00:52

The most entertaining thing about this documentary is the sheer beauty of the films' production and the fascinating relationship between the filmmaker and the subject. Each one is a unique and stunning piece of cinema, and the interactions between the filmmaker and the subjects are genuinely fascinating and enjoyable to watch. I was initially attracted to the film for the use of images, but I found it to be far more than that. It is so much more than the simple choice of imagery to capture the beauty of the film. Each one of the films is a unique and stunning piece of film-making, and they are all beautiful in their own way. I don't know how much time was spent on the photography or the framing of the film, but it was definitely a highlight of the documentary. I also loved the way the filmmakers went to great lengths to tell the story of the "myths" of different parts of the world. It is a fascinating, fascinating story that I could not have imagined myself. The documentaries that the filmmakers did on different parts of the world, especially the one on the Indian subcontinent, were fantastic. The stories they told were interesting, and the juxtaposition of different cultures, languages and stories was a fascinating and amazing aspect of the documentary. I was also really impressed with the way the filmmakers handled the film itself. It is very interesting to see how they chose to do things with the film, and I found it fascinating to watch how they were able to do that. In addition, it is amazing to see how they were able to cover the same topics and different cultures and stories in the same documentary. The subject matter was interesting, but it was also interesting to see how they did things differently, and the way they chose to cover it was really interesting to watch. The "myths" that the filmmakers chose to cover were interesting and interesting, and the juxtaposition of the different cultures was fascinating and amazing. Overall, the documentary was incredibly enjoyable to watch. It was incredibly fascinating and engaging, and it was a true gem of a documentary.


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