Wednesday February 19, 2020

Mammal: Irish rising in film

Rebecca Daly’s follow-up to her acclaimed directing debut, joins the growing roll call of recent highly-praised Irish films

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
3rd April, 2016
Rebecca Daly and Rachel Griffiths on the set of Mammal

‘I’m a watcher,” Rebecca Daly says. “That’s a big part of directing: observing and being interested in people. I would be bored to make a film about me. I understand my own psychology quite well – I’m trying to figure out why someone else would do something. That’s what drives me.”

Sitting poised and looking slightly tense on a couch in the offices...

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