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Frederick Butterfield has always been runner up to his twin brother Herman. When Herman, the older by a mere minute, becomes the world's oldest man, Frederick finally sees an opportunity to... See more »

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Frederick Butterfield (voice)

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Vincent Gallagher

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Vincent Gallagher ... ()

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Damian Farrell ... producer

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St Francis Hotel

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Vincent Gallagher

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Aoife Noonan
Aoife Noonan

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Miriam Donohue
Laura Anne Moone

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Ben O'Connor ... model maker

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Paul Lynch ... studio manager
Steven Maher ... sound effects editor
Sean Moher ... sound editor
Tom Slattery ... re-recording mixer

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Pierre Butler ... character designer
Jason Watts ... animator

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Plot Summary

Written and directed by IFTA nominee Vincent Gallagher, 'Second to None' is a richly detailed stop-motion animation about the world's second oldest man. Frederick Butterfield has always been runner up to his twin brother Herman. When Herman, the older by a mere minute, becomes the world's oldest man, Frederick finally sees an opportunity to be first place. Frederick will stop at nothing to claim the top spot in the most inventive way possible. The Irish Film Board presents a stunning stop-motion animated film that is painstakingly detailed. Delivered with a sense of energy and black comedy that is equal in measure to the craftsmanship behind the film, Second to None truly lives up to it's name.

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  • Second to None (Ireland)
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  • 7 min
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Budget EUR45,000 (estimated)

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