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Coolockland (2000)

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Ronan Carr is in the Coolockland Noir Crime investigation and has to solve some cases

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ronan Carr ...
Onan Waits
Simon Delaney ...
Sgt. Barney Measures
Ronan Leahy ...
Johnnyboy Barrymore
Tony Caffery ...
Fried Bread
Jenny Conroy ...
Mrs. Waits
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Bird in Real Estate Office
Luke Hayden ...
Elvis
Paul Anthony McGrane ...
Gerry Moore ...
Brendan Behan
Oliver Maguire ...
Papa Hemmingway
Ryan Crisman ...
Jesus / Bobby Sands
Helen Casey ...
Ireland
Dylan Tighe ...
Prince
Niall Swords ...
Rasher
Brian Raythorne ...
Blood Sausage
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Ronan Carr is in the Coolockland Noir Crime investigation and has to solve some cases

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Best Irish noir tranny-murder thriller comedy ever
25 July 2002 | by (London Bridge) – See all my reviews

I had been hearing people rave about this film for ages and finally got a chance to check it out myself a few weeks ago. Since then, I've watched it several more times, usually in a state of artificially induced euphoria. It is fantastically original, visually unique (shot on reversal stock), referential to an extraordinary degree (Brendan Behan, James Joyce, Jesus and Bobby Sands all turn up at various points), uses Tom Waits lyrics for dialogue and in the film's funniest line, uses Dr. Dre to slag off Southside Dublin... Try and see it, however you manage to do that. It's essential.


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