James Joyce's Women is a 1985 British/Irish period drama film produced by and starring Fionnula Flanagan as writer James Joyce's wife Nora as well as some of the real women in his life and fictional women from the writer's novels.
It is a film based on Fionnula Flanagan's 1977 play, James Joyce's Women.
As a young actress Flanagan had a role in the 1967 film Ulysses.
It was filmed in 1983 but released in the US in 1985.
Fionnula Flanagan - Nora, Harriet Shaw Weaver, others
Chris O'Neill - James Joyce
James E. O'Grady - The Interviewer
Tony Lyons - Leopold Bloom
Paddy Dawson - Stannie Joyce
Martin Dempsey - Joyce's father
Gerald Fitzmahony - The Dublin Gossips
Joseph Taylor - Dubliner
Rebecca Wilkinson - One of Two Washerwomen
Gladys Sheehan - One of Two Washerwomen
Gabrielle Keenan - Cissy Caffrey
Michelle O'Connor - Edy Boardman