Now that the fog of St. Patrick's Day has cleared
somewhat, it's a good time to take a deeper look at the culture of the Olde
Sod. The 13th Boston Irish Film Festival opens tomorrow night at the
Brattle Theatre with Stella Days, a thoughtful cultural fable in which a priest
in a small Irish town in the '50s decides to open a theater to show Hollywood movies and expand his parishioners' provincial
horizons. The film's director, Thaddeus O'Sullivan, and star, legendary Irish
actor Stephen Rea, will be at the screening to expand ours, at the Brattle
Theatre, 40 Brattle St, Cambridge | Thursday, March 22 @ 7:30 pm | $7-$9 | 617.876.6837 or brattlefilm.org.