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Nostradamus and Me (2004)

Dublin. 1986. Nora has never kissed a boy. But who has time for that when the arms race is out of control and the world is falling apart? Now two Frenchmen, Antoine, the French exchange ... See full summary »

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Carla Young ...
Nora
Keith Burke ...
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Claire Flynn
Billie Traynor
Jenny Ní Chléirigh ...
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Dublin. 1986. Nora has never kissed a boy. But who has time for that when the arms race is out of control and the world is falling apart? Now two Frenchmen, Antoine, the French exchange student, and Nostradamus, the Seer from Salon, are about to change her life. When Armaggedon is this Saturday, is there time to seize the day? Written by Anonymous

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A comedy of first kisses, last stands, and the end of the world

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Drama | Short | Romance

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A wonderful little film
7 September 2005 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

I saw this film at the Galway Film Fleadh the year it won best short film. I have to say that i thought the direction was fantastic and the performances from the key cast members were very memorable. Both of the main cast are definitely names to watch out for.

The final shot over the cliff was mesmerizing and i for one would like to find myself there if i was waiting for the end of the world to happen. The kiss was definitely a great payoff, done with great enthusiasm's!!

I can only assume that the film was shot on film, and i have heard that the DOP won an award at the Tribeca Film Festival for his work on this film and i must say.... well deserved.

I would recommend this film to anyone who was a teenager in the 1980s. It brought back some great memories and some scary ones.


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