Director: Ken Loach

106 minutes, Scotland-France-Belgium-Italy, 2012, Colour, D-Cinema

Our monthly gastronomic feature followed by a meal in the IFI Café Bar.

THE FILM: In this deceptively light comedy from Ken Loach, a group of plucky young Glaswegians, all doing community service, devise an ingenious plan to pilfer a small share of highly prized whisky to sell it on for a sizeable sum.

THE FOOD: After the feature, choose from our menu inspired by The Angels’ Share: Roast Chicken Fillet with White Pudding Mash and a Whisky Scallion Butter; Seared Salmon, Nettle and Baby Potato with a Scotch and Mustard Cream; or Grilled Vegetable and Feta Stack with a Basil Puree.

This screening includes the short film Irish Breakfast by Aoife McElwain and Mark Duggan of www.forkful.tv

Tickets €20. 

This film is screening as part of our Ken Loach retrospective (May & June). Loach’s latest film, Jimmy’s Hall, opens at the IFI on May 30th. 

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