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DRAMA FEATURE
Dir: Ronan & Rob Burke Blacksheep Productions 2013

“Incredibly Charming!” ★★★★ Her.ie
“A Love-Letter to Dublin” ★★★★ Today FM
“Heart Warming” ★★★★ Total Film
“Witty, Romantic, and Very Funny” ★★★★ Entertainment.ie

RELEASED
November 14, 2014 – Ireland

SELECTED
Cork Film Festival , 2014

TRAILER

SYNOPSIS
Twenty-something Alan (Gleeson) is down on his luck. Stood up at the altar and recently fired from his banking job, he finds himself working with his mother as a part-time tourist advisor at Dublin Airport. It’s there he comes face to face with first love Alice (Paré), stuck on standby for a flight home to New York. Their summer romance ended eight years previously with Alan promising to return to the US one day. He never did, and they haven’t spoken since. Seizing his chance, Alan convinces a reluctant Alice to stay one more night in Dublin. Over the course of an unforgettable evening, they may just realise that they are more compatible than ever. But time is running out on this brief encounter. When does an unexpected second chance, become the one you’ve always been looking for?

The film is Directed by Rob and Ronan Burke from a script by Pierce Ryan and produced by John Wallace for Black Sheep Productions. It was edited by myself and Tony Kearns
The directors won an IFTA in 2010 for their short film ‘Runners’, which starred Aidan Gillen and was also written by Ryan and produced by Wallace.
They won their second IFTA in 2012 for ‘The Importance of Being Whatever’, a youth drama series which took a modern twist on Oscar Wilde’s classic play ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’.

CREDITS
Directed by Rob and Ronan Burke
Produced by John Wallace
Written by Pierce Ryan
Edited by Tony Kearns & John Murphy
Shot by David Grennan

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