A documentary which chronicles a ninety-year-old love story, through the collective voice of seventy ladies.

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Leah Holohan ...
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Grace McGee ...
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Eimear Peters ...
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Chloe O'Connor ...
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Emily Rose McHugh ...
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Emma Quinn ...
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Katie Gilligan ...
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Maria O'Donohue ...
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Chantelle Monaghan ...
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Jess Nolan ...
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Siofra MacNamara ...
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Laura Dixon ...
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Eileen Brennan ...
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Using his mother's life as inspiration, the filmmaker has created a film that explores how we share life's journey with the opposite sex. His and Hers is an investigation into the ordinary to discover the extraordinary. It finds comedy in the mundane, tragedy in the profound and provides an original insight into a life. The hallways, living rooms and kitchens of the Irish Midlands are used as the canvas for the film's rich tapestry of female characters. The story unfolds sequentially through young to old with a charmingly unabashed array of Irish ladies, and there's not a man in sight. Written by Ken Wardrop

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A man loves his girlfriend the most, his wife the best... but his mother the longest

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His and Hers and maybe yours?
24 March 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

"A man loves his girlfriend the most, his wife the best, but his mother the longest." Old Irish Proverb.

Directed by Ken Wardrop. Using his mother's life as inspiration, the filmmaker has created a documentary film that explores how women share life's journey with the opposite sex. Interviewing 70 women in the Irish midlands, Wardrop asks the ladies about the men in their lives, the back drops literally being the kitchens, bedrooms and living rooms that the respective female's dwell in. It follows a life course from newborn baby to frail old age pensioner, be it fathers, boyfriends, husbands or sons, it's a piece to be viewed as one lovingly crafted relationship blanket. Its structure and theme of course wont be for everyone, and certainly some of the accents may be hard to grasp for non residents of Ireland, but it's a mightily warm production, one that's as often humorous as it is tender and heart aching. 8/10


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