Two married couples with kids start having problems with fidelity.

Director:

Mark O'Rowe

Writer:

Mark O'Rowe
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Cillian Murphy ... Jim / Danielle's husband
Eva Birthistle ... Danielle / Jim's wife
Catherine Walker ... Yvonne / Chris' wife
Andrew Scott ... Chris / Yvonne's husband
Lara McDonnell ... Alannah
Joni Morris Joni Morris ... Sophie / Yvonne's daughter
Fionn Walton Fionn Walton ... Younger Man
Lydia McGuinness ... Orla / waitress
Joanne Crawford ... Joan
Ingrid Craigie ... Ms Hynes
Eva-Jane Gaffney Eva-Jane Gaffney ... Ellen
Frank Cannon ... Wedding Guest
Donal O'Farrell Donal O'Farrell ... Robert
Robert McCormack ... Teen 1
Nathan O'Toole ... Teen 2
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Storyline

Two friend couples, Jim and his wife Danielle and Yvonne and her husband Chris -both have two children appear to live in marital bliss until cracks begin to appear in both seemingly steady marriages. The film asks the question 'How well do any of us really know each other' and explores the ideas of love, lust, and family relationships.

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Love is a dangerous game

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Drama | Romance

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Cillian Murphy and Eva Birthistle have previously appeared together in Breakfast on Pluto (2005) where Birthistle played the mother of Murphy's character. See more »

Quotes

Jim: If this was an Updike novel, we'd have an affair now.
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Don't Hide Your Love
Written and performed by Ryan McMullan
Licensed courtesy of Ryan McMullan @www.ryanmcmullanmusic.com
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Delicate & moving. So much better than the critics made it sound
21 June 2018 | by Nadine1301See all my reviews

When I read last year that Andrew Scott and Cillian Murphy would be making a film together I got very excited, as they are both absolute favourites of mine. When I then read some online reviews after the film came out in Ireland, criticising it as boring, hugely disappointing and dull I almost didn't watch it, and how sad that would have been. I'm not entirely sure which film these critics saw, but I found it anything but boring and disappointing. Quite the contrary... I watched it about 5 days ago and it is still stuck in my head and I keep of finding myself thinking back to it. Yes, it is slow paced in places, it doesn't have crazy twists and turns every 15 minutes and if you compare it to other relationship & affair dramas it's nowhere near as shocking, but thats exactly what made it so much more interesting to me. It's so realistic! It feels exactly what I'd imagine it would feel like to have an affair, and the the way the story unfolds is extremely close to life and makes you feel exhilarated but completely uncomfortable at the same time. Yes, you can tell that the director has only directed theatre productions, which gives the film a certain spareness, but once again this makes it more unique to me. It's not overloaded with side stories and mind blowing cinematography, it gets to the point of human feelings & needs. The constant questioning of what is right and wrong, of what makes you happy and how far you're allowed to go for it, of who you are and who you want to be and the issues you might have with yourself that lead to having an affair are so well played out, so is the struggle with love vs. lust and what it all really means! At the end I felt like I really knew these people, and I deeply felt for them. It's such a small but perfect cast and such a tender and yet uncomfortable story. I personally can only very highly recommend it and will definitely watch it again.


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Country:

Ireland

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 November 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Delinquent Season See more »

Filming Locations:

Dublin, Ireland See more »

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$39,194
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