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The Gift (2017)

Still mourning his wife a year after her death. Sean has decided what must be done. But putting his plan into action isn't quite so simple.

Director:

Damian O'Callaghan

Writers:

Paul FitzSimons (screenplay by), Paul FitzSimons | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Alan Devine Alan Devine ... Sean
Una Kavanagh ... Sarah
Dawn Bradfield Dawn Bradfield ... Jane
Brendan Grace Brendan Grace
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tim Bingham Tim Bingham ... Priest
Donal Courtney Donal Courtney ... Ben
Don Culloty Don Culloty ... Graveyard Groundskeeper
Steve Loughnane Steve Loughnane ... Chris
Siobhán Manson Siobhán Manson ... Paula
Martin O'Brien Martin O'Brien ... Daithí
Damian O'Callaghan ... Bull
Peig O'Sullivan Peig O'Sullivan ... Catherine
Owen Roberts ... Mícheal
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Sean is a man bereft. Mourning his wife a year after losing her to cancer. he has decided what must be done. But putting his plan into action isn't quite so simple. As Sean plans his own death, life gets in the way. A family who miss him, a demanding landlord, a class of uncontrollable students - Sean tries to ignore these distractions. But, with his own imagination working against him, finding the best method of taking his life becomes his latest frustration.

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Country:

Ireland

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 April 2017 (Ireland) See more »

Also Known As:

The Gift See more »

Filming Locations:

Killarney, Kerry, Ireland See more »

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OC Productions See more »
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If you want to be depressed
14 January 2018 | by mcrooks46See all my reviews

If you have the blues don't watch this movie as you'll be even more depressed. He is in mourning, we get it. However, for an hour and 15 minutes, he's grieving. The last four minutes, he's a changed man. Hooray! If you want to see parts of Ireland, then watch the movie. If you have the blues, pick another movie, for goodness sakes.


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