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Last Days Of Dublin

Against All Odds

$19.95 (DVD)

Genre: Non-fiction, Documentary
Format: DVD
Duration: 74 mins


AN EPIC JOURNEY SPANNING THREE CONTINENTS

LAST DAYS IN DUBLIN is an independent Irish feature film from writer/director Lance Daly, whose follow-up THE HALO EFFECT has just gone on general release in Ireland through Buena Vista International Ireland.

Described as “a Ulysses for the 21st Century” by the Cork Film Festival and “Fellini on a dollar a day” by the Irish Times, Last Days in Dublin was successful with critics and audiences alike upon its Irish release last year. Last Days In Dublin follows the adventures of Monster (Grattan Smith), a young Dubliner who dreams of travelling abroad in search of opportunity and adventure.

Everytime our hero drifts into colourful daydreams of a brighter future, he is dragged back to reality by the denizens of the Dublin streets. After his money is stolen by junkie muggers wielding a syringe, and his hopes dashed, Monster desperately tries to conceive of new ways to escape to foreign shores.

Finding his increasingly bizarre schemes constantly thwarted by a host of oddball characters, he is joined by Freddie, a homeless explorer, as he rallies to find an alternate escape. Last Days in Dublin is Lance Daly’s debut film and was shot on location in Dublin, Paris, New York and Cairo.

Motion Picture Guardian
Winner: Best Film

Reverent Artists Rally
Winner: Best Film

US Film Chronicle
Special Mention

Imaginites™ Awards
International Genre Nomination:
Best Comedy