Music | 1970 | Sound | Colour
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The title refers to the real name of the ' middle of the road ' singer Dana .
A documentary about her return visit to her home town of Derry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland 1970's
Opens with Dana playing Cinderella in a London pantomime. She attends a St. Patrick's Day Parade in Dublin, Eire, Ireland and revisits her old school where the children talk about the 'Troubles'. Shots of streets of houses with boarded up buildings, political, IRA and Loyalist graffiti on the walls, burnt out buildings, soldiers stopping cars for searching and identifying at a check point. In church on Sunday, Dana ponders " the beauty of being in a church ". She revisits her old ballet class and discusses her forthcoming Canadian tour with her manager. She sings her Eurovision song contest winner ' All Kinds Of Everything ' and other more traditional Irish folk songs. She visits a monastery and sings a religious song. Her holiday is over and she waits in an airport waiting lounge. More shots of poor Irish landscapes.
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