For the last 200 years the Aran Islands have exercised a powerfully romantic fascination on the outside world which is without equal anywhere else in the country. They were believed to contain the essence of the ancient Irish life, represented by a pure uncorrupted peasant existence centred around the struggle between man and his hostile but magnificent surroundings. This myth, strengthened by the writings of Yeats and especially Synge was hugely expanded by the release ..
A woman keeps a diary of her extended stay at a mental hospital
Ireland will never be the same after Rawhead Rex, a particularly nasty demon, is released from his underground prison by an unwitting farmer. The film follows Rex’s cross country rampage, while a man struggles to stop it
Der große Schlaf (2005) — Drama – 1 January 2005 Your rating: Not rated yet! Director: Mona Lenz Stars: Bibiana Beglau, Golo Euler Photos No images were imported for this movie. Storyline Collections: Mona Lenz Genres: Drama Details Official Website: — Country: Germany Release Date: 1 January 2005 Box Office Company Credits Production Companies: Hochschule für Fernsehen ..
Sean Veil is an ultra paranoid murder suspect who takes to filming himself round the clock to provide an alibi, just in case he’s ever accused of another crime. Problems arise however when the police do come calling and the one tape that can prove his innocence has mysteriously disappeared
This story is set in the “in-between” time of a girl’s life, when she is no longer a child and not yet a woman. We open with our heroine, Maeve, putting on her new snow white bra, and stepping out into the world as a young woman. She has an obsession with breasts and bras and can’t help but stare at other girls and women, even the head nun doesn’t escape her gaze. Otherwise, her ..
A look at a young woman’s rapid descent into insanity
Catholic-Irish farm girl Kate, along with her gregarious best friend Baba, moves to Dublin to pursue a more exciting life
Five street teens break into a house in a rich Dublin suburb for a night of partying. But games are twisted into something more emotional and ultimately out of control through a series of surprising revelations
Jacqueline is the daughter of Belfast shipyard worker Mike McNeil. The worker’s worth is compromised by his crippling fear of heights. Dismissed from his job, he finds solace in the bottle. All seems hopeless until Jacqueline breaks through her father’s self-imposed gloom and helps him to regenerate. An adaptation of the novel ‘A Grand Man’, by Catherine Cookson