– Inspired by the hit film by Gianni de Gregorio (2008), the film is directed by Darren Thornton and stars comedians Fiona Flanagan, James McCarthy, Diorbhola Molloy, Paddy Glyn and Stella McCaucher.
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last week, Darren ThorntonSecond year feature, Four mothers, Entered construction in Dublin. The Irish director is best known for his first film. A date for Mad Mary [+lire aussi :
fiche film]Winner of Best Picture at the 2017 Irish Film and Television Awards (see news), it won Best Picture at other conferences such as Lecce, Galway and Brunswick.
Four mothers Is an Irish-set adaptation of Gianni di Gregorio2008 box office hit Lunch in mid-August [+lire aussi :
fiche film]. The main cast includes senior actors such as Fionula Flanagan And Olivier Award nominee In James McCard With Dear Molloy (Wild Mountain Thyme [+lire aussi :
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The original indie flick was screened in Venice and at festivals in Berlin, Palm Springs, London and Karlovy Vary. It grossed around 10 10 million at the box office. In this new version of the story, McCard plays a self-destructive novelist who takes care of his mother (played by Flanagan) after a stroke. After his book became an overnight hit, his plans for a U.S. promotional tour were thwarted when three more older women (Moloi, Glyn, and McCusker) were deposited at his doorstep.
The script was written by the director himself and his brother Colin ThorntonAnd scripted A date for Mad Mary.
Four mothers Produced by Eric Abraham And Jack Side With Portobello Films and Television (Ireland) Martina Niland, Representing Port Pictures (Ireland). It was supported by Screen Ireland Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, RTÉSection 481 Tax Credit and The Common Humanity Arts Trust.
Release date has not yet been revealed.
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