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The Most Fertile Man in Ireland (2000)

The most fertile man in Ireland is in serious demand.

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Rosie
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'Mad Dog' Billy Wilson
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Da
Olivia Nash ...
Ma
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Uncle Eugene
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Raymond
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Gusti
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Mrs. Brown
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Flower Seller
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The most fertile man in Ireland is in serious demand.

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31 August 2001 (Ireland)  »

Also Known As:

Irlannin hedelmällisin mies  »

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This sat on the shelf for a year before getting released. See more »

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Voice over: We have survived on this planet for five million years. Today, we face extinction. Male sperm counts now are in freefall, the average man now producing less than half the sperm their grandfathers did in their prime. Are we witnessing the beginning of the end for the human race? Are we doomed? Every day I ask myself this question: Where might we find a superman, a new Adam, to reverse the decline of the fertile man?
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Honey Cart Driver - The Honey Cart is an ironic name for the large tanker truck that empties portable toilets. See more »

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So what its not brilliant BUT
12 November 2005 | by (Haddington, Scotland) – See all my reviews

OK its not brilliant BUT.

Its a black comedy aimed at the British sense of humor. Me well i am Scottish and thought some parts were really funny.

Others will comment on bad lighting, bad direction, bad script. well i am not commenting on that. The film was good enough to warrant my recommendations. The concept in itself is hilarious and the whole Catholic & protestant divide made funny in places.

The end is SOOO predictable but welcomed.

In the end no Hollywood Budget, No bangs no severe twists but worth looking at anyway.


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