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The Last Bus Home

Johnny Gogan, 93 minutes, 1997

Set during Pope John Paul II’s historic visit to Ireland in 1979 The Last Bus Home tells the story of a bunch of Dublin youths brought together through their shared rejection of the religious celebrations.  Punk and aspiring entrepreneur Reena…

The Last of the High Kings

David Keating, 95 minutes, 1996

A feel-good coming-of-age film based on the popular novel by Ferdia Mac Anna set in 1977 Dublin, The Last of the High Kings casts a young Jared Leto as a Dublin teenager. Leto plays Frankie Griffin, a rock ‘n’ roll…

The Last Right

Aoife Crehan, 106 minutes, 2019

A comedy-drama road movie telling the story of a man bringing the body of someone he barely knows for burial with his family. His good intentions are motivated by trying to patch up his relationship with his own brother. However,…

The Last September

Deborah Warner, 103 minutes, 1999

Much celebrated theatrical director Deborah Warner made the transition to feature film here with this lushly-filmed adaptation of Elizabeth Bowen’s novel of the same name, in a depiction of love blooming amidst social collapse. Set during the Irish War of…

Let the Wrong One In

Conor McMahon, 100 minutes, 2022

Matt 16, is a nice kid from Northside Dublin. A little too nice for his own good and it has been holding him back his whole life. He always puts other people’s needs before his own but will he ever…

Life’s A Breeze

Lance Daly, 88 minutes, 2013

Turning again to his favoured terrain of ordinary Dubliners, director Lance Daly crafts here a warm and engaging comedy about a family making its way in post-Celtic Tiger Ireland. Matriarch Nan (Fionnula Flanagan) is upset when her unemployed son Colm…


Gerard Barrett, 90 minutes, 2017

Twenty-four hours in the life of a young Irish mother and child as they battle homelessness while living in emergency accommodation.

The Limit Of

Alan Mulligan, 92 minutes, 2018

James Allen (Laurence O'Fuarain) is a successful, controlling, thirty-something banker living alone and working in Dublin city at the tail-end of the recession. When a family tragedy occurs at the hands of his employer he decides to take action which…

Little Old New York

Sidney Olcott, 110 minutes, 1923

A delightful emigrant comedy about a young Irish girl who comes to America disguised as a boy in order to claim a fortune left to her late brother. Marion Davies shines as Patricia O’Day masquerading impishly as a boy and…

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