A group of bored Roman Catholic teens from Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, steal cars and joyride around the city, causing havoc among the nearby Protestants and local Irish ... See full summary »

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Marc O'Shea ...
Sean
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Frances
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Marley (as Michael Liebman)
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Hugh
Emma Moylan ...
Marie Jones ...
Sarah
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Rosaleen
Frank Grimes ...
Mr. Hagan
Stella McCusker ...
Mrs. Hagan
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Father Tom
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Father Peter
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Reggie Devine
John Keegan ...
Paul
George Shane ...
Tony
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PC Bill
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A group of bored Roman Catholic teens from Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, steal cars and joyride around the city, causing havoc among the nearby Protestants and local Irish Republican Army members, all of who are outraged by the youths' nihilism. The gang, led by ace thief Sean (Marc O'Shea), is connected with the IRA but couldn't care less about the group's politics. But things turn serious when an IRA member captures one of the boys, Marley (Michael Liebmann), in an effort to end the mayhem. Written by Owen

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Unforgettable, extremely black comedy
28 February 2006 | by (Edmonton, Canada) – See all my reviews

I saw this at a film festival in the early '90s at Edmonton's late, lamented "Local Heroes International Screen Festival." It obviously stuck with me. Here I am, 13 years later, tracking it down on IMDb. I had hoped it would be available somewhere on DVD, but no luck.

I loved this movie's unrelenting humour and humanity in the face of bleak and senseless violence. It's a tough, jarring mixture -- I remember quite a number of people walking out of the screening -- but I've never seen anything like it before or since. Those who made it through the screening were talking about the movie for the rest of the festival.

It will be a crime if "You, Me and Marley" has disappeared forever.


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