WHO’S IN IT?
Sarah Greene (The Guard), Moe Dunford (Black ’47), Ellie O’Halloran (film debut), Ruby Dunne (film debut), Darragh Mckenzie (film debut), Molly McCann (film debut), Killian Coyle (Grabbers), John Dalessandro (Class A), Emma Belle Jenkins (film debut), Natalia Kostrzewa (Faraway), Lochlann O’Mearáin (Love & Friendship), Toni O’Rourke (What Richard Did)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Paddy Breathnach (I Went Down), director; Roddy Doyle (The Commitments), writer; Juliette Bonass (Glassland), Rory Gilmartin (Brooklyn) and Emma Norton (A Date for Mad Mary), producers; Stephen Rennicks (Room), composer; Cathal Watters (Viva), cinematographer; Úna Ní Dhonghaíle (Stan & Ollie), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
After her landlord sells her rented house which leaves her and her family homeless, Rosie (Greene) and her partner John Paul (Dunford) spend the next 36 hours trying to find somewhere for them and their young children to stay…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Rosie is a top-notch Irish drama that doesn’t sugar-coat the seriousness of homelessness, especially for families like the one in this film who truly need a place to call home.