A film by Uberto Pasolini starring Bernardette Brown, Chris Corrigan, Valin Kane, Louis Mathews, Keith McEarleen, Eddie Mohan and James Norton.
John leads a simple and quiet life in a small Irish town. In the morning he works as a tile washer and spends the whole day with his 4-year-old son Michael. John is a young single father as Michael’s mother abandoned him as soon as he was born. However, John’s main concern is different: he has only a few months left to live. Sometimes anger and frustration overwhelm him. This situation makes her relationship with her toddler even stronger and more valuable.
He is careful to avoid heavy burdens, while at the same time looking for a new family for him. But how do you know what is best for Michael and where to find his happiness? John began to realize that he did not have to make rational decisions about the future and that he could live with his son in this moment. In this discovery, he finds courage and comfort. The film touches on its restraint – subtle but expressive.
James Norton plays the scholar as his father, but the real revelation is Daniel Lamont, 4 years old. We feel good that both actors were able to create links beyond the film set. Presented for the first time at the 2020 Venice Biennale, “Everywhere Special” is a deeply moving and sensitive film that depicts its beauty and lightness in moments of silence and melancholy.
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To be seen in movie theaters from October 06
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