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Intermission -- A variety of losers in Dublin have harrowingly farcical intersecting stories of love, greed and violence.
Intermission -- A variety of losers in Dublin have harrowingly farcical intersecting stories of love, greed and violence.

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Director:
Writer:
Mark O'Rowe (writer)
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Release Date:
29 August 2003 (Ireland) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Small town delinquents. Shady cops. Pretty good girls. And very, very, bad boys. See more »
Plot:
A variety of losers in Dublin have harrowingly farcical intersecting stories of love, greed and violence. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
6 wins & 11 nominations See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Colin Farrell ... Lehiff

Kerry Condon ... Café Waitress
Johnny Thompson ... Old Man in Café
Emma Bolger ... Child with Ice Cream
Deirdre Molloy ... Woman in Shopping Mall

Cillian Murphy ... John

Brían F. O'Byrne ... Mick
Derry Power ... Elderly Man on Bus

David Wilmot ... Oscar

Owen Roe ... Mr. Henderson
Neilí Conroy ... Helen

Kelly Macdonald ... Deirdre
John Rogan ... Alfred
Tom Farrelly ... George
Gerry Moore ... Seamus Ruane

Colm Meaney ... Jerry Lynch

Deirdre O'Kane ... Noeleen

Michael McElhatton ... Sam

Ger Ryan ... Maura
Mikel Murfi ... Rabbit Man
Tomas O'Suilleabhain ... Ben Campion (as Tomás O'Suilleabháin)

Pat Laffan ... Charlie O'Brien

Rory Keenan ... Anthony Lowry
Darragh Kelly ... Thomas Downes

Shirley Henderson ... Sally
Hannah McCabe ... Store Assistant
Donagh Deeney ... Danny the Busman
Taylor Molloy ... Philip (The Boy)
Barbara Bergin ... Karen
Tom Murphy ... Brian - Video Store Manager (as Tom Jordan Murphy)

Conor Lovett ... Mr. Leonard

Conleth Hill ... Robert
Pascal Scott ... Maurice

Norma Sheahan ... Student #1

Cathy Belton ... Student #2
Jeremy Anthony Earls ... Student #3
Catherine Farrell ... Student #4

Laurence Kinlan ... Drug Dealer
Patrick Murray ... Drug Customer
Conor McDermottroe ... Detective #1
Denis Conway ... Detective #2
Jeff O'Toole ... Thomas
Conor Lambert ... Nightclub Barman

Simon Delaney ... Bill
Ruth McCabe ... Celia
Jane Brennan ... Mrs. Rooney
David Herlihy ... Tony (Security Guard)
Michael Hayes ... Garda Officer
Stewart Donnan ... Cathal
Karl Shiels ... Wayne
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Max Kane ... Boy in Supermarket (uncredited)
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Directed by
John Crowley 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mark O'Rowe  writer

Produced by
John Erraught .... associate producer
Neil Jordan .... producer
Des Martin .... line producer
Alan Moloney .... producer
Susan Mullen .... associate producer
Jonathan Sehring .... executive producer
Rod Stoneman .... executive producer
Paul Trijbits .... executive producer
Romany Turner .... associate producer
Tristan Whalley .... executive producer
Stephen Woolley .... producer
 
Original Music by
John Murphy 
 
Cinematography by
Ryszard Lenczewski 
 
Film Editing by
Lucia Zucchetti 
 
Casting by
Jina Jay 
 
Production Design by
Tom Conroy 
 
Art Direction by
Susie Cullen 
 
Costume Design by
Lorna Marie Mugan 
 
Makeup Department
Barbara Conway .... makeup assistant
Lorraine Glynn .... key hair stylist
Lynn Johnson .... key makeup artist
Conor McAllister .... hair assistant
 
Production Management
Des Martin .... line production manager
Caroline McManus .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tony Aherne .... first assistant director
Patrick Condren .... second unit director
Susan Drennan .... third assistant director
Suzanne Nicell .... second assistant director
Bairbre Quinn .... trainee assistant director
John Wallace .... trainee assistant director
 
Art Department
Maximilian Aita .... dressing props (as Max Aita)
Anthony Arkins .... stagehand
Ignacio Barbe .... set dresser
David Chambers .... stagehand
Austin Connolly .... carpenter
Barbara Dempsey .... assistant art director
Alan Dunne .... dressing props
Pascal Farrell .... chargehand carpenter (as Paschal Farrell)
Mick Flood .... property master (as Michael Flood)
Emma Hunt .... assistant props buyer
Darren Keenan .... painter
Matt Kirwan .... carpenter
Alan Lambert .... storyboard artist
Gerard Lanigan .... chargehand stand-by props
Daragh Lewis .... stand-by props (as Darragh Lewis)
Tom Lundy .... stand-by painter (as Tommy Lundy)
Shane McEnroe .... draughtsman
Adrienne McGrane .... trainee art director
Jim Moore .... stand-by carpenter
Ed Norton .... construction manager (as Edward Norton)
Carmel O'Connor .... props buyer
Bryan O'Flaherty .... carpenter
Liam O'Riain .... carpenter
Gerry Quigley .... stand-by stagehand
Alan Scott .... painter
Sean Scott .... master painter
Alan Siggins .... painter
 
Sound Department
Tim Alban .... dubbing mixer
Antonia Bates .... sound editor
Colette D. Dahanne .... adr mixer (as Colette Dahanne)
Richard Davey .... sound re-recording mixer
Paul Davies .... supervising sound editor
Brendan Deasy .... sound recordist
Ian Johns .... sound trainee
Alex Joseph .... sound editor
Christian Koefoed .... sound effects editor
Paul Lynch .... adr recordist
Eddie Quinn .... boom operator
James Seddon .... dolby consultant
Dave Sloss .... adr recordist
 
Visual Effects by
Simon Burley .... software and technical
Mitch Paulson .... digital preview colorist
Avishay Sweiry .... visual effects
Howard Watkins .... visual effects
 
Stunts
Paul Burke .... stunts
Anthony Condren .... stunts (as Tony Condren)
Aran Condren .... stunts
Brendan Condren .... stunts
Joe Condren .... stunt coordinator
Paddy Condren .... stunts
Patrick Condren .... stunt coordinator
Sean Condren .... stunt performer
Dillon Kelly .... stunts
Norman Kelly .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Stephen Carthy .... electrician
Tom Collins .... still photographer
Fionn Comerford .... clapper loader
Richie Donnelly .... focus puller
Michael Farrell .... generator operator
Ronan Fox .... camera operator: second unit
Addo Gallagher .... electrician
Kevin Kileen .... rigger (as Kevin Killeen)
Terry Mulligan .... gaffer
Cormac O'Omáille .... camera trainee
Luke Quigley .... camera grip
Kevin Scott .... best boy
Chris Thornton .... film recorder operator
 
Casting Department
Vanessa Baker .... voice casting
Dixie Chassay .... casting assistant: UK
Brendan Donnison .... adr voice casting
Rebecca Roper .... casting assistant: Ireland
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Judith Devlin .... wardrobe supervisor
Ciara McArdle .... wardrobe assistant
Debbie Millington .... costume trainee
Leonie Prendergast .... wardrobe trainee (as Leonie Pendergast)
 
Editorial Department
Pani Ahmadi-Moore .... first assistant editor
Simon Brook .... on-line editor
Steve Farman .... negative cutter
Alice Greenland .... post-production assistant
Ray King .... colorist
Kevin Phelan .... head of post-production: Lip Sync Post, London
Clint Withington .... second assistant editor
 
Music Department
Daniel L. Griffiths .... score producer
Daniel L. Griffiths .... score recordist
Abi Leland .... music supervisor
Doug Trantow .... score mixer
 
Transportation Department
Dave Beakhurst .... action vehicles (as David Beakhurst)
Dan Breen .... transportation captain
Stephen Carroll .... action vehicles
 
Other crew
Mariangela Angelucci .... assistant: Mr. Woolley
Renee Burke .... script supervisor (as Renee Foley Burke)
Cliodhna Colgan .... production coordinator
Geraldine Daly .... location manager (as Ger Daly)
Brian Dungan .... trainee clapper loader
Eoin Holohan .... location scout
Basfi Hope-Ross .... assistant location manager
Majella Hurley .... dialect coach
Sarah Jordan .... assistant: Mr. Jordan
Cian McDonald .... assistant: Mr. Jordan
Dorothy McDonnell .... assistant production coordinator
John McKenna .... armorer
Karen McSwiney .... production accountant
Cathy Mooney .... assistant: Mr. Moloney
Peter Ogunsalu .... assistant: Mr. Woolley
Michael Swan .... location assistant
Sophie Tebbit .... assistant accountant (as Sophie Tebbitt)
Caitriona Ward .... publicist
Julie Nicell .... production assistant (uncredited)
 

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Rated R for pervasive language, some sexual content and violence
Runtime:
105 min | Canada:102 min (Toronto International Film Festival)
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Trivia:
Colin Farrell performs "I Fought The Law" over the end credits.See more »
Quotes:
Oscar:Wisftul, Are ya?
John:Among other emotions!
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Soundtrack:
I Fought the LawSee more »

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66 out of 84 people found the following review useful.
see this with someone who is as cynical as you, 7 February 2005
Author: hitchingsk from United States

to be honest, the first scene sums this movie up, it's a punch in the face. you have to have a very dry sense of humor to like this movie, i don't think it was made for the usual "american" market. our culture is geared toward in your face comedy, like old school or dodge ball, where subtle darker humor about everyday life gets lost. husbands leave wives, people get fired from terrible jobs, and in general have crappy lives. but it is up to us to enjoy what we have, and finding the strength to keep on going no matter what, and this movie is like that. it has an all star cast, from Colin Farrell to Colm Meany, Shirley Henderson to Cillian Murphy they all shine like the stars they are.

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