Tuesday March 31, 2020

No place like home

In Rosie, a stellar cast and production team have brought to heart-wrenching life Roddy Doyle’s story of a woman and her family who are unexpectedly plunged into homelessness

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
7th October, 2018
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Sarah Greene in Rosie: ‘The camera was so on my face. I was twitching from the stress’

‘People sit up and listen to Roddy Doyle. Hopefully his name will help in selling our film.”

In an interview room in Dublin’s city centre, Irish actress Sarah Greene - all black hair, sharp suit and today nursing a bad head cold - is detailing her wish that people will go to see her new film Rosie, written and co-executive produced by Doyle, the author of The Commitments, The Snapper and the Booker...

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