On the Seventh Day of Irish Film Christmas Scannain sent to me…Terry McMahon’s Patrick’s Day, documentary Being AP, Song of the Sea, I Used to Live Here ,Gerard Barrett’s Glassland, two Christina Nobles, and a Panti in a Pear Tree!
A hard-hitting, powerful drama Patrick’s Day was our second best film of 2015, and sees Moe Dunford (Vikings) as a young man with mental health issues who becomes intimate with a flight attendant with her own demons. When his obsessive mother finds out she enlists a dysfunctional detective to separate them.
The film is the second feature from writer/director Terry McMahon and has won numerous awards world-wide, including IFTAs for Lead Actor, Best Sound and Best Script. Patrick’s Day is an Ignition Film Productions production with Underground Films and Forefront Features in association with Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland (FÉ/SI) is the national development agency for Irish filmmaking and the Irish film, television and animation industry. / The Irish Film Board and RTÉ.
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