After being widowed, Frank Fogle reluctantly embarks on a journey to honor his wife's last wish of spreading her ashes in a remote lake in her native Ireland and a promise of taking his ... See full summary »

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Elfar Adalsteins
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
John Hawkes ... Frank Fogle
Logan Lerman ... Sean Fogle
Sarah Bolger ... Jewel
Andrea Irvine ... Anna Fogle
Ólafur Darri Ólafsson ... Officer Stone
Denis Conway Denis Conway ... Father Tobin
Lalor Roddy ... Murphy
David Grant Wright ... Mr Modine
Sean Mahon ... Andrew
Mary McEvoy Mary McEvoy ... Brigid
Aoibhin Murphy Aoibhin Murphy ... Avis Clerk (as Aoibhín Murphy)
Marion O'Dwyer ... Belinda
Joan Sheehy Joan Sheehy ... Jane
Des Keogh Des Keogh ... Mr Carlisle
Áine Ní Mhuirí Áine Ní Mhuirí ... Dolores
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After being widowed, Frank Fogle reluctantly embarks on a journey to honor his wife's last wish of spreading her ashes in a remote lake in her native Ireland and a promise of taking his estranged son, Sean, along for the trip. As Sean steps out of prison the last thing on his mind is a foreign road trip with his alienated father. What he needs is a fresh start in California. But when his travel plans collapse he reluctantly accepts his father's proposal in return for a ticket to the West Coast and a promise that they never have to see each other again. Between a disconcerting Irish wake, the surfacing of an old flame, the pick up of a pretty hitchhiker and plenty of unresolved issues, the journey becomes a little more than father and son had bargained for.

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Adventure | Drama

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The lake scenes were shot at Lough Tay, County Wicklow, Ireland. The backdrop may be familiar to viewers of the TV show "Vikings" where the lake serves as the shores of Kattegat. Like the lake in the movie, Lough Yay is also on private lands. See more »

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The Parting Glass
A Traditional Folk Song
Performed by Richard Cottle & Phoebe Street
Published by Public Domain
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the privilege of having someone love you
20 February 2020 | by natcalgarySee all my reviews

Not usually into this type of movie but really enjoyed this one. It is sad and happy all in one. good acting good story. And it really does remind the viewer that sometimes all that matters is the privilege of having the person you love, love you back.

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Iceland | Ireland | USA

Language:

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Release Date:

26 September 2019 (Iceland) See more »

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