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Stay (2013)

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A woman finds out she's pregnant and returns home when the expected father wants nothing to do with her.

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(poem), (based on a novel by) | 1 more credit »
1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »
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Cast

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Dermot Fay
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Gina Moxley ...
Mrs. Brennan
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Sean Meehan
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Liam Meehan
Rayleen Kenny ...
Mary Meehan
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Marge Meehan
Ann Marie Horan ...
Eileen McGilloway
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Deirdre McGilloway
Mícheál Ó Dubhghaill ...
Shopkeeper
Sarah Jane Scott ...
Angie
Paul McCloskey ...
Conneely
Eoin Mac Diarmada ...
Liam's Pal
Darine Ní Dhonnchadha ...
Mrs. Keeting (as Daríne Ní Dhonnchú)
Billy Malone ...
Boy at Wake
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A woman finds out she's pregnant and returns home when the expected father wants nothing to do with her.

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Drama

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5 January 2014 (USA)  »

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Goofs

During the wake scene, Dermot is talking to Sean, the amount of beer in his glass continues to change without adding additional. See more »

Soundtracks

There Is a Light
Written by Tony Dekker (as Anthony Dekker)
Performed by Great Lake Swimmers
Published by Nettwerk One Music Limited
Courtesy of Nettwerk Music Group
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Ambiguous and beautiful, if you discount the gungy language
3 October 2015 | by (Tennessee) – See all my reviews

Throughout this movie, we were never quite sure what was going on. This was annoying at first, until we realized that that seems part of the theme. In the end, even though not all the questions got answered, we were left feeling like all might work out for the best.

The same annoyance came with the way characters were treating each other and barely communicating, yet without the yelling and drama often seen in film today, these characters were able to forge closer bonds with one another.

The movie does move very slowly and we've never been fans of the imagery that gungy language creates, so those were downers. Otherwise, we liked it. And we loved the locations.


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