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Don't You Recognise Me? (2016)

A director puts out social network feelers to produce a 'Day in the Life' documentary. It turns out that the filmmaker did something very bad in his first outing as a director, and now he is about to pay.

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Jason Figgis

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Jason Figgis
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Credited cast:
Jason Figgis Jason Figgis ... Nickey 'Babyface' Gallagher
Zoe Kavanagh Zoe Kavanagh ... The Videographer
Matthew Toman ... Tony Aiello
Alan Rogers Alan Rogers ... Jamie
Shauna Ryan Shauna Ryan ... Dolores
Darren Travers Darren Travers ... Daz & Damo
Mark Donaghy Mark Donaghy ... Frank Aiello
Jordan Balbirnie Jordan Balbirnie ... Mark
Jason Sherlock Jason Sherlock ... K
Claire Higgins Claire Higgins ... Rachel
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A director puts out social network feelers to produce a 'Day in the Life' documentary. It turns out that the filmmaker did something very bad in his first outing as a director, and now he is about to pay.

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Ireland

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English

Release Date:

27 June 2017 (USA) See more »

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County Dublin, Ireland

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16:9 HD
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Darren Travers and Shauna Ryan and Jason Sherlock went out socially on many occasions in the lead up to filming and always remained in character. See more »

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Tense
25 June 2016 | by stuart_willisSee all my reviews

Don't You Recognise Me? is a thriller which begins on a tense note and never lets up.

The performances are what truly make it, each cast member is amazing as the action intensifies. The script is astute in that it tackles the pain of loss, guilt and so on while continually driving a revenge theme of heartbreaking gravity.

Fans of violence aren't shortchanged either. The economic plot allows for some (literally) bone-crunching scenes in the film's second half.

Director Jason Figgis has impressed previously with the visually stunning, cerebral horror films Children of a Darker Dawn and The Ecstasy of Isabel Mann. And Don't You Recognise Me? is another gem to add to his canon.

If you like great acting, intelligent writing, strong cinematography and almost unbearable tension which never lets up, give this one a go.


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