Commissioned by TG4 with funding from the BAI and Irish Film Board, the documentary examines the untold history behind the iconic image 'Lunch atop a Skyscraper' taken on the 69th floor of the Rockefeller Building in the autumn of 1932. Producer Eamonn Cualin said: 'We are delighted with the reaction the documentary has had all over the world. First Run Distribution specialises in documentaries and we feel that their experience will help us reach a wider audience in the US. To have a documentary film in US theatres is a dream come true for us.' Galway based brothers Sen and Eamonn 'Cualin directed and produced the film, which tracks down two Irish men whose fathers appeared in the image and brings them to the scene of the photograph in New York, before following the story to Boston and Pittsburgh. IFTA winning Irish actress Fionnula Flanagan narrates both Irish and English versions of the documentary. 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