WHO’S IN IT?
Kieran Coppinger (film debut), Charlene Kelly (film debut), Robert Doherty (film debut), Stephen Marcus (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels), Tara Breathnach (A Nightingale Falling), Amy-Joyce Hastings (The Callback Queen), Christopher Dunne (Conspiracy of Silence), Caroline Grace-Cassidy (Your Highness)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Len Collin (film debut), director; Christian O’Reilly (film debut), writer; Edwina Forkin (Headrush), producer; Joseph Conlan (Fertile Ground), composer; Russell Gleeson (Choppers), cinematographer; Julian Ulrichs (Sing Street), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Larry (Coppinger) and Sophie (Kelly) are in love, but because they both have intellectual disabilities, they are forbidden by law from being intimate with each other. Desperate to spend some time alone together, they escape the not so watchful eye of their support worker Tom (Doherty) and go on a joyous rampage through Galway…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
This heartwarming and simultaneously heartbreaking look at being both disabled and in love is a must-see for anyone in the care industry.