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JDIFF 2014 – The Awards

For the last 10 days, the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival has been running at venues around the city. I have always been a big fan of the festival and this year I was honoured to be part of the Dublin Film Critics Circle Panel for the festival, for the third time. Continue reading

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JDIFF Review – The Congress

Robin Wright (Robin Wright) is an aging, out of work actress who has devoted much of her life to her family. When she is called into Miramount Studios, she believes she will be offered the role of a lifetime. Instead, studio boss Jeff (Danny Huston) wants to offer her the last job of her career; a process where she is scanned and captured on computers so her likeness will keep performing, but will never have to again. Reluctantly, Wright considers the offer, although the consequences are further reaching than she could possibly imagine. Continue reading

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