Based on Frank McCourt’s memoir of the same name, Angela’s Ashes (1999) chronicles Frank’s (Michael Legge) life after his tightly knit family is forced to move from the U.S. back to Ireland, following the death of his seven-year-old sister. It’s a bittersweet homecoming thanks to Malachy (Robert Carlyle), the McCourt kids’ alcoholic, unemployed father. Despite the best efforts of his well-intentioned mother Angela (Emily Watson), life holds little promise for Frank and his brothers-- Malachy Jr. and twins Eugene and Oliver—as they try to stay afloat in Depression-era Ireland. Frank attempts to overcome all the odds and get back to the land of his dreams: America. Speaking of dreams, you’ll be daydreaming hard when you get a gander at Michael Legge’s smooth and tight behind as he strips down and warms up next to the fireplace. This Irish hunk will have your eyes and hand wandering!