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Interview: Marrying Irish Humour & Filmmaking Talent, 'Happy Ever Afters' in Cinemas Dec 26

23 December 2009 1:29 AM, PST | IFTN | See recent IFTN news »

'Happy Ever Afters', the debut feature film from writer and director Stephen Burke (Anner House, No Tears) comes down the aisle on December 26th with the premise that sometimes the happiest day of all can be the most heartbreaking. Iftn chats to Burke and two of the film's stars Tom Riley and Jade Yourell. The film's plot is anything but straightforward: Freddie, played by Tom Riley (Lost in Austen, St. Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold) and Maura, played by Sally Hawkins (Happy-Go-Lucky, An Education) are getting married, just not to each other. While Freddie is entering his second marriage with the neurotic Sophie, played by Jade Yourell (Waiting for Dublin, The Longest Day), Maura's is more concerned with her pockets than her heart in marrying 'Doctors' star, Ariyon Bakare's Wilson. Then, when the two wedding parties end up at the same reception venue, »

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Film: Review: Waiting For Dublin

12 March 2009 1:00 PM, PDT | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

Both the forced, manic tone and the broad acting of Belgium’s Waiting For Dublin recall a Disney live-action movie from the late ’60s or early ’70s: The Apple Dumpling Gang, maybe, or The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes. Which makes the storyline all the more bizarre. Half of it centers on a smug, charisma-free American pilot (Andrew Keegan) trying to scam his way into ace credentials during World War II; the other half focuses on his efforts to get into the skirt of a marriage-minded Irish girl (Jade Yourell). The story is too off-color for kids, too outright stupid for »

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