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A look behind the stories with Colette Sexton

8th November, 2015
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Dov Charney

The film is different to the typical Irish feature, I am reliably informed, with no priests, nuns or rebellions in sight.

Directed by Rachael Moriarty and Peter Murphy, it is based in a post-Celtic Tiger world where jobs are gone and homes are being repossessed. Sounds familiar.

It stars John Bradley West, who played the lovable Sam in Game of Thrones and Killian Scott, as per the unwritten law that each Irish production must include...

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