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ONE HUNDRED MORNINGS

by Conor Horgan

synopsis

Two couples hide out in a remote holiday home, trying to escape the consequences of a breakdown of society. Their relationships deteriorate as supplies grow scarce and they face increasing threats from hungry outsiders. In order to increase their chances of survival, they each have to make choices they never imagined would confront them.

original title: One Hundred Mornings
country: Ireland
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Conor Horgan
film run: 83'
screenplay: Conor Horgan
cast: Rory Keenan, Ciarán McMenamin, Kelly Campbell, Alex Reid
cinematography by: Suzie Lavelle
film editing: Frank Reid
producer: Katie Holly
production: Blinder Films
backing: IFB, Filmbase, TV3, BCI
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