WHO’S IN IT?
Trevor O’Connell (film debut), Ryan Minogue-Lee (film debut), Norma Sheahan (A Date for Mad Mary), Amy Hughes (Writing Home), Aoife Spratt (Trampoline), Joe Rooney (Monged), Keith Duffy (Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie), Bobby Kerr (film debut), David Coffey (Lawless Heart), Ian Dempsey (film debut), Ailish McCarthy (32A), Justine Stafford (film debut), Laoisa Sexton (The Standard Man), Kieran O’Reilly (Bully), Enya Martin (Be Good or Be Gone), Joe Murray (film debut), Emily O’Callaghan (Spa Weekend), David Thompson (Skegs & Skangers), Ger Cody (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Dave Minogue (film debut), director, writer, producer; Jonathan Farrelly (film debut) and Sinead O’Brien (Dusk ‘til Dawn), producers; Vyvienne Long (film debut), composer; Trevor Murphy (This Day), cinematographer; John Phillipson (Dive), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Al Clancy (O’Connell) mistakenly agrees to look after his ten-year-old nephew Karl (Minogue-Lee) for the week, which jeopardises his job and his home. In an effort to save his unfulfilling job as a poster boy, Al and Karl steal the family camper-van and embark on a cross-country tour across Ireland, but they soon discover that it’ll be much harder than it seems to stay calm in each other’s company…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Dave Minogue’s semi-autobiographical film is a funny and endearing Irish road trip comedy with showcases for tons of new local talent, as well as a major cameo from former Boyzone member Keith Duffy.
WHEN’S IT OUT?
FRIDAY 9TH JULY 2021
WHERE CAN I FIND IT?
IN CINEMAS NATIONWIDE