Arts Interview: The son also rises
Domhnall Gleeson long ago emerged from his father Brendan's shadow, writes Nadine O'Regan.
Domhnall Gleeson is a likeable sort. As he bounces into the room wearing studenty jeans and jumper, tattered Converse, a ready smile and an odd bowl haircut straight from the 1950s, he easily strides past the giant poster of his famous father Brendan Gleeson in The Guard, hanging on one wall, before he settles himself into a chair, checks that his phone is off, cheerfully admits to a hangover from the weekend (''I don't know...
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