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Poison Pen (2014)

PG | | Comedy, Romance | October 2014 (USA)
When high-brow author PC Molloy is forced to write for April Devereaux's gossip magazine Poison Pen, he is not only caught up in a world of stars and their secrets he is also in danger of ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Lochlann O'Mearáin ... PC Molloy (as Lochlainn O'Mearain)
Aoibhinn McGinnity ... April
Paul Ronan ... Darcy
Aaron Heffernan ... Kurt
Susan Loughnane Susan Loughnane ... Shona
Lauryn Canny ... Sally
Mary Murray ... Dora
Gemma-Leah Devereux ... Eva
Ryan O'Shaughnessy Ryan O'Shaughnessy ... Piers
Sophie Vavasseur ... Jessica
Lynn Larkin Lynn Larkin ... Julie
Lyn Lorken Lyn Lorken ... Julie (as Lynn Larkin)
Siobhan Bolton ... Popstar
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Keith Anderson Keith Anderson ... Heavy Metal Band Member
Cian Boylan Cian Boylan ... Piano player
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When high-brow author PC Molloy is forced to write for April Devereaux's gossip magazine Poison Pen, he is not only caught up in a world of stars and their secrets he is also in danger of becoming a celebrity himself. Soon the spotlight is turning on Molloy and he struggles to keep his own secrets off the front page. But when he finds himself falling for his boss will he be able to find the right words? Written by Anonomous

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Comedy | Romance

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PG
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Country:

Ireland

Language:

English

Release Date:

October 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Dublin, Ireland

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I Ain't Got Nobody
Lyrics by Roger Graham (uncredited)
Composed by Spencer Williams (uncredited)
Performed by Aoibhinn McGinnity, Félim Gormley, Cian Boylan, Neville Lloyd, Steve Hogan
Recorded at Pyro Studios Dublin
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Might have been amusing, but the camera work...
13 October 2019 | by kenhymesmusicSee all my reviews

Decent little script, perfectly okay performances. The camera work... what on earth happened? There are scenes where it appears they couldn't decide whether to use a stationary camera or go handheld, so they decided to just shake the camera randomly. It's nausea inducing and has no artistic or symbolic purpose.


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