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Calvary (2014)

Viewing Feb '19 ///

Tackling a breadth of weighty issues, Calvary draws out humour from the darkest of places, and ultimately delivers a sensitive and intelligent dissection of a cynical rural Irish community, through the eyes of Father James (Brendan Gleeson). In one of his best performances, Brendan Gleeson is supported by a mostly Irish all star cast, and coming from a rural community myself, I can’t help but chuckle at the eccentric supporting characters that are reminiscent of many people I know back home.


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