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HONEYMOONERS

by Karl Golden

synopsis

Jilted groom escaping the disaster of his wedding day and a flighty waitress sick of playing second fiddle to her lover's wife find themselves adrift in rural Irish backwater. He wants to stay drunk and forget; she wants to put her life in some kind of order, to stay out of the city and out of mischief. As the initial frostiness between the pair begins to melt, albeit thanks to a sabotaged car and a tot or two of whiskey, they are drawn closer together.

international title: HONEYMOONERS
original title: HONEYMOONERS
country: Ireland, United Kingdom
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Karl Golden
film run: 85'
screenplay: Karl Golden
cast: Alex Reid, Jonathan Byrne, Justine Mitchell
music: Ash
producer: Lucy Darwin
production: Samson Films
distributor: Verve Pictures
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