Actor J. Baruchchel, who travels between Canada, Ireland and Scotland, is looking for his look at journalist Ion O’Callaghan’s company.
Celtic soul means “Celtic soul” and finding the roots of one’s soul is not an easy task. Especially if you are a Canadian and your ancestors left this side of the Atlantic Ocean decades before it was called the New Continent.
He is the film
In fact, this is the wandering itinerary of the 2016 film directed by Michael McNamara, which revolves around Canadian actor and voice actor Jay Baruch, who explores his looks and love for the game. Along with Irish sports journalist Eoin O’Callaghan, the protagonist actually starts from Maple Syrup and begins his interest in NHL hockey owner Montreal Canadians with a strong connection to the Catholic tradition. Celtic in Scotland. After a stop in Ireland, the duo’s journey ends in Glasgow, home to green and white people expressing tradition, passion and above all the game. The “Celtic Soul” is perfect for those who want to explore the look of the cohesive relationship between man and sport, from the ice you dream of the Stanley Cup to the Old Farm – the lawn where you can breathe a derby against the Rangers. On the path of love and glamor that moves from popular traditions to the colors of the uniform. “The team picks the fan, not the other way around”.
December 31, 2021 (alternate December 31, 2021 | noon 12:02)
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