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Social Pics: Irish Premiere Of Nocturnal Animals At Light House Cinema


by Jennifer McShane
02nd Nov 2016
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The Universal Pictures Irish premiere of Nocturnal Animals hosted by Lennon Courtney took place last night at the Light House Cinema, Dublin. The anticipated film follows designer Tom Ford’s directorial debut

The anticipated film follows designer Tom Ford’s directorial debut A Single Man and is based on the 1993 novel Tony and Susan by Austin Wright. The story centers on Susan (played by Amy Adams), a gallery owner who grows increasingly troubled when her handsome second husband begins to spend more time away from home. Her unease is heightened when she receives a supposed novel from her ex-husband (played by?Jake Gyllenhaal) a violent thriller she interprets to be relevant to her own life…

Stylish, slick and very Tom Ford, the film is on general release this Friday, November 4th.

Pictures:?Andres Poveda