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Fiddlers Walk (2006)

Architect, Aoife McKenna, inherits an Irish pub but when she attempts to renovate the place, the locals put up resistance. Aoife's eagerness to succeed reveals a secret with profound ... See full summary »

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George Kingsnorth
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Cast

Credited cast:
Sara Dylan ... Aoife
Tony Fitzpatrick ... Declan (as Anthony Fitzpatrick)
Aoife Johnston Aoife Johnston ... Janice
Conor Kingsnorth Conor Kingsnorth ... Owen
Pauline Lynch Pauline Lynch ... Naomh McKenna
Seamus Lynch Seamus Lynch ... Uncle John
Mei Lynn Mei Lynn ... Lee
Sean Markey Sean Markey ... Sean
Joe O'Neill Joe O'Neill ... Brad Grove
Leah O'Rourke ... Young Naomh
Bronagh Waugh ... Bronagh
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Architect, Aoife McKenna, inherits an Irish pub but when she attempts to renovate the place, the locals put up resistance. Aoife's eagerness to succeed reveals a secret with profound consequences. Fiddler's Walk is the journey of a young woman, stepping away from the hurley burley of modern America and finding herself in the depths of post-troubles Ireland, where new world commercialism collides with old world community values. Fiddler's Walk is shot in the beautiful landscapes of South Armagh, County Down and County Louth, in contemporary Ireland. Written by George Kingsnorth

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Drama

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Country:

Ireland

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 August 2006 (Ireland) See more »

Filming Locations:

Ireland

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Budget:

£10,000 (estimated)
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Color
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Exceptionally crafted!!!!!!!!!!!
21 November 2006 | by Noggle04See all my reviews

Upon watching this movie I was somewhat critical to begin with as I did not see the manor in which the plot was acceptable to the cast of actors. The level of acting remains at a steady medium but where the movie is let down is in the accents, to be blunt they are variable in continuity so I felt a little let down by this, it felt cheesy and corny and somewhat unorthodox.

The directing on the other hand was like Mr Kipling's Bakery "Exceedingly Good", I gotta hand it to George on this one, a star in the horizon.

I would recommend this movie to an Irish-American audience but the premise will be dull for anywhere else, marketing therefore will suffer.

I wonder what is next on the cards for G.Kingsnorth?????????


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