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Sing Street Quotes

Sing Street is a TV program that was first aired in 1970 . Sing Street completed its run in 1970.

It features Likely Story, John Carney, Kevin Scott Frakes, Christian Grass, Martina Niland, Raj Brinder Singh, and Paul Trijbits as producer, and Yaron Orbach as head of cinematography.

Sing Street is recorded in English and originally aired in Ireland. Each episode of Sing Street is 106 minutes long. Sing Street is distributed by The Weinstein Company.

The cast includes: Lucy Boynton as Raphina, Ferdia Walsh-Peelo as Conor, Mark McKenna as Eamon, Jack Reynor as Brendan, Ben Carolan as Darren, Karl Rice as Garry, Aidan Gillen as Robert, and Don Wycherley as Brother Baxter.

Sing Street Quotes

Lucy Boynton as Raphina

  • (Lucy Boynton) "You should come and visit us. You seem like a mad bastard."
  • (Lucy Boynton) "Jesus Christ, what are you all wearing?"
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "Yeah, we're just working that out, so -- maybe you can help."
  • (Lucy Boynton) "You can never do anything by half. Do you understand that?"

Aidan Gillen as Robert

  • (Aidan Gillen) "Do you know what the Christian Brothers' motto is? "Viriliter age." Do you know what that means?"
  • (Jack Reynor) ""Let's rape our students?""
  • (Aidan Gillen) "No, Brendan, it doesn't. It means "act manly.""

Ferdia Walsh-Peelo as Conor

  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "You only have the power to stop things, but not to create."
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "I think she's this amazing human being. Never seen anyone like her. The way she talks and looks. She wears these sunglasses, and when she takes them off, her eyes -- are like the clouds clearing to let pass the moon."
  • (Jack Reynor) "Ffuuh --"
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "Sometimes I just wanna cry lookin' at her."
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "D'you wanna write a new song?"
  • (Mark McKenna) "Yes, I do."
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "Will you help me write a song?"
  • (Mark McKenna) "Always."
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "What about "La Vie"?"
  • (Ben Carolan) "What's that mean?"
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "It's French for "The Life.""
  • (Karl Rice) "What's French for, uh, "That's not gonna be the name of the band"?"
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) ""Ce n'est pas le nom du groupe.""
  • (Karl Rice) "There you go."
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "Anyway, what about the band?"
  • (Mark McKenna) "The band will be fine. Just go to London and get a record deal, come back and get us out of this s***hole."
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "That's not a bad idea, actually."
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "It's like, when you don't know someone, they're more interesting. They can be anything you want them to be."
  • (Mark McKenna) "Yeah?"
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "But when you know them, there's limits to them."
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "Ok, so this is our last song. It's called Brown Shoes. And it's for every Christian Brother and for every bully you ever knew."

Don Wycherley as Brother Baxter

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Mark McKenna as Eamon

  • (Mark McKenna) "It's me da's show band outfit."
  • (Karl Rice) "So it's a gay band? Okay."
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "Coming from the one who wants to look like the Village People."
  • (Karl Rice) "What's gay about the Village People?"
  • (Mark McKenna) "Or Duran Duran. What do you think of them?"
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "Jury is out on which way those guys'll go. They're a lot of fun, and James Taylor is one of the most proficient bass players in the UK at the moment, giving them a funky edge."
  • (Mark McKenna) "John Taylor."
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "Yeah, John. Of course."
  • (Mark McKenna) "I've a good joke for you guys. Vagina. Do you get it?"
  • (Karl Rice) "No."
  • (Mark McKenna) "Exactly."
  • (Mark McKenna) "So how do you mean you're "happy-sad"?"
  • (Ben Carolan) "Yeah, how're we supposed to market that?"
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "It means we're not pop anymore."
  • (Mark McKenna) "We were pop? Listen, I'm happy being anything. I just want to play music."
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "That's fine. Be who you are, Eamon."
  • (Mark McKenna) "Well, I don't know who I am. Maybe I'm happy-sad, too. I don't know."
  • (Mark McKenna) "We could rehearse here 'cause my da's in Saint John of Gods."
  • (Ben Carolan) "Is that a pub?"
  • (Mark McKenna) "No, Darren. It's a place where alcoholics go to get off the drink, and stop beating their wives and kids."
  • (Ben Carolan) "Right."
  • (Mark McKenna) "And neighbors."

Jack Reynor as Brendan

  • (Jack Reynor) "Rock and roll is a risk. You risk being ridiculed."
  • (Jack Reynor) "This is life, Conor. Drive it like you stole it."
  • (Jack Reynor) "Think big, Conor. This is just a means to an end. And she looks amazing. She's got to be in all the videos."
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "Yeah?"
  • (Jack Reynor) "Oh, yeah. She's world class. Without her, you're just a bunch of gay-looking kids down an alleyway."
  • (Jack Reynor) "Do you see that guitar? I used to be able to play that guitar well. I used to ride hot girls. I could run 200 meters faster than anybody in my school. You're the youngest. You get to follow the path that I macheted through the jungle that is our mad family. I was alone with them for six years. You think they're crazy now? Think about what they were like when they were in their late 20s. Two Catholics in a rented flat with a screaming baby who just got married because they wanted to have sex. They didn't even love each other. I was in the middle of that, alone. And then you came along, thank God. And you followed the path that I cut for us. Untouched. You just moved in my jet stream. And people laugh at me, Conor. The stoner, the college dropout. And they praise you, which is fine. But once, I was a f***ing jet engine."
  • (Jack Reynor) "How d'you know he's her boyfriend anyway?"
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "It seemed like it. Pulled off in his car, music blaring. He's pretty cool."
  • (Jack Reynor) "What was he listening to?"
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "Genesis."
  • (Jack Reynor) "He will not be a problem."
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "Really?"
  • (Jack Reynor) "Trust me. No woman can truly love a man who listens to Phil Collins."
  • (Jack Reynor) "Look at her. She races home every evening just to catch that last little bit of sun, have a cigarette and read her papers. She's always talking about going on a holiday to Spain, but he never takes her. That's all she gets. Then that tall tree blocks it, and she comes in. I often wonder what she's thinking about."
  • (Jack Reynor) "Did the Sex Pistols know how to play? You don't need to know how to play. Who are you, Steely Dan? You need to learn how NOT to play, Conor. That's the trick. That's rock and roll. And THAT -- takes practice."
  • (Jack Reynor) "You want to have actual sexual intercourse, right?"
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "Yeah. What, what?"
  • (Jack Reynor) "The girl. It's all about the girl, isn't it?"
  • (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo) "Yeah, the girl, yeah."
  • (Jack Reynor) "And you're gonna use somebody else's art to get her? Are you kidding?"

Ben Carolan as Darren

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