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March’s Irish Film Musts


by Meg Walker
14th Mar 2017

Upcoming Irish films you must see.


THE SECRET SCRIPTURE

Sebastian Barry’s award-winning tale finally reaches the big screen courtesy of director Jim Sheridan. With a stellar cast including Rooney Mara, Jack Reynor, Aidan Turner, Tom Vaughan- Lawlor and Vanessa Redgrave, this anticipated film sees central character Rose, who’s been living in a psychiatric hospital for 50 years and keeping a secret diary, relive the circumstances that led her there.

Out March 24.

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TOMATO RED

Based on Daniel Woodrell’s acclaimed novel and adapted for the screen by Irish director Juanita Wilson, this is the tale of drifter Sammy Barlach (Jake Weary), who meets the red-haired Jamalee (Julia Garner) and her beautiful brother Jason, which opens his life up in ways he couldn’t have imagined, until everything falls apart after a sudden incident. Anna Friel also stars in this moving tale set in small-town America.

Out?now

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TRESPASS AGAINST US

Michael Fassbender and Brendan Gleeson star as devoted dad Chad Cutler and his career criminal father, who are living in an anarchic corner of the British countryside. Chad, in an attempt to protect his young family, tries to change his path and break away from his father, until one last heist goes horribly wrong.

Out now

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