A contemporary black caper crime comedy.

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Credited cast:
Wuzza Conlon ...
Charlie
B.P. Fallon ...
Blowback
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Karl Argue ...
Flem
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The Uncle
Amanda Brunker
Donncha Crowley ...
Detective Insp. Dunne
Moira Deady ...
Mrs. Macroom
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Detective Walsh
Dermot Doran ...
Bambi
Tom Hickey ...
Malcom Nobel
Gavin Kelty ...
T-Bag
Pat Kinevane ...
Razor Rupert
Stephen McGillen ...
Garda
Huey Morgan ...
The Yank
Winston Nairne ...
Milk
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Headrush is a crime comedy about two disillusioned youths, struggling through a haze of cannabis, who hope to solve all their problems by smuggling a consignement of drugs for a local gangster. It's set in the present day in Dublin, Ireland against the backdrop of the end of the Celtic Tiger: the bursting of the bubble of this economy boom that's supposed to have done wonders for us all. Written by tomred121@hotmail.com

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Some Trips Are Worth the Gamble

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Action | Drama | Comedy | Crime

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25 September 2003 (Netherlands)  »

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€1,000,000 (estimated)
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Wusses and Hard-Asses
14 July 2004 | by (Amsterdam) – See all my reviews

Honoring the tradition of independent movies this is a rather refreshing movie! Though, probably not intended, Dublin's bleak day-to-day existence gets driven home: Boy this is a godforsaken place!

When a looser gets dumped for being a looser, he tries to better his life. But before this gets accomplished he needs to overcome lots of difficulty: hilarious 'opponents', not-so-stupid cops, hard-ass gangsters in drags, an infuriatingly stupid best friend and last but not least world-class hilarious situations.

Though 'Train Spotting' and 'Lock Stock and Two Blazing Barrels' come to mind, this film certainly stands its own right. A must see!!


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