The story follows the journey home of a young couple Jack and Lyndsey driving through a dark rural countryside, after attending a dinner party. Lyndsey is still upset with her husband's ... See full summary »

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The story follows the journey home of a young couple Jack and Lyndsey driving through a dark rural countryside, after attending a dinner party. Lyndsey is still upset with her husband's openly flirtatious behaviour with the party's hostess. Their paths cross with two house burglers who are desperate for a getaway car after their's gives in.... Written by Declan Reynolds

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3 September 2005 (Ireland)  »

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€15,000 (estimated)
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ambiguous , multi layer modern tragedy
22 April 2008 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

An excellent Irish short film which makes one wonder why we fail to successfully make features in this genre (modern psychological drama/chiller) The narrative of this film unfolds in two different strands - which converge at two key points, the later of which is the climactic (and memorable) finale. the first strand follows a young couple Jack and Lyndsey, whose relationship may or may not be in decline, leaving a party after a long day boozing (for Jack at least)The films other protagonists are a pair of nameless robbers who, after robbing a house find themselves with a broken down getaway car. They wait in the bushes, and then, the two story lines converge. To give anymore away would be too much of a spoiler- check it up on you tube. Suffice it to say the finale is brilliantly edited by john Fitzpatrick,strikingly shot by graham Cantwel and altogether spellbinding in its bloody execution.


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