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In turbulent, dung and gang-mired New York City, a young, plucky, visionary Irish woman who survived the Famine, achieves a hard-won identity as an Irish-American. Owning a used clothing store, loving a rebel, becoming a milliner who creates hats for escaped slaves, and overcoming rape and loss, this gritty and imaginative character is no pig-headed Bridie, and could be any woman, any immigrant, at any time in history.
It’s 1970 in upstate New York and teens, Gene and Joe Bellidochi, are poor, good-looking, and the only Italians in town. Lorna, 38, is their single, sultry jazz singing mother with five kids. When Social Services threatens to put Lorna's children in foster care, a rusty blue Vega rolls into the driveway and life changes for the Bellidochi family. This is a gritty and sweet coming of age story filled with music that reminds us love can reign.