A light-hearted look at the dangers and delights of dating in contemporary Dublin

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Cast

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Sean Campion ...
Tom
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Angie
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Larry
Jean Butler ...
Renee
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Red
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Clara
Justine Mitchell ...
Kate
Aisling O'Neill ...
Helen
Peter Gaynor ...
David
Demien McAdam ...
Conzo
Lise Hearns ...
Rosie
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Isolde
Joe Keever ...
Eddie the Cameraman
Britta Smith ...
Mrs. Devine
Niall O'Brien ...
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A light-hearted look at the dangers and delights of dating in contemporary Dublin

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The only cure for heartache is a new lover! See more »

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References Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (1988) See more »

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Once I Loved
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Brilliant Cinematography of a Wonderful Dublin Film
2 February 2005 | by (From Northern California) – See all my reviews

This is an outstanding film, in every detail. It starts off leaving the viewer a little mixed up, with a mixing of different characters, but soon settles down as all the main actors start to come to life. By the end of the film all the main characters finally make decisions about important matters that affects the rest of their lives.

Ken Byrne makes his debut as a cinematographer, and should win "Rookie of the Year" honors, if there was such an award. His shots and locations, both inside and outside, are the best I have ever seen. I am a photographer, with 40 years experience, and have seen thousands of movies, but this one takes the cake.

Jean Butler, who we all remember from her leading role in Riverdance, makes her first appearance as just an actress, and does NOT dance at all. A wonderful film that only played in Ireland, but deserves a MUCH larger audience. Rent this movie, if you can!


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