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by Thomas Quain


Mark is a trainee Irish Guard who spends his days listlessly driving in circles around the M50 with his obnoxious partner Liam. But one day when Mark discovers a pirate, propaganda radio signal he sees it as his chance to get off the motorway and do some real good. Unbeknownst to Mark the signal will in fact unravel his black and white blanket understanding of the Law and push him to the edge, causing him to question everything he thought he knew about the morals and structure of Irish society.

original title: I'm Talking to You
country: Ireland
year: 2017
genre: fiction
directed by: Thomas Quain
film run: 82'
release date: IE 25/07/2017
screenplay: Thomas Quain
cast: Aidan Lawlor, Stephen Murray, Alice Stands, Robert O'Connor, Nelly Henrion, Desmond Daly, Orla Gildea, Hugh Gormley, Vinny McHale, Stephen Doring, Niamh Large
cinematography by: Alan Rogers
film editing: Adam Symes
producer: Anna Ginjaume Grivé, Victor McGowan
production: Constant Motion Pictures
distributor: Constant Motion Pictures
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