Taking place in an airless waiting room, where performers sit unrecognised among the audience, it ushers them into intriguing anecdotes and reflections on the politics of nomenclature around the world, a nicely shameless exercise in name-dropping.
Strong performances from the two female leads and solid work from the two directors shows an assured confidence from the cast and crew toward the project.
Shot with a predominantly female team, the opposite of the norm in most productions. The movie looks set to go places that not many Irish films have gone before.
The Richard Harris International Film Festival in association with Belltable, Limerick will host an event, Homecoming from Cannes – Irish Women in Film, on Friday June 2nd at 8pm in the Belltable. The event will screen 5 highly acclaimed award-winning short films by Irish film-makers.
No More Workhorse
This is not a play for the faint hearted. It is another contribution to the lexicon of what constitutes evil. (...) A play well worth a visit but it does not make for easy viewing.