Broadsheet Trailer Park: Nola and the Clones

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Nola

What you may need to know:

1.
A homeless woman (Caoimhe Cassidy) encounters a series of men (all played by Joseph Lydon) who appear strikingly similar to each other.

2. Director Graham Jones shot this microbudget drama Irish Neorealism-style .

3.
Or “Nuascannán” as Jones would have it. He’s got a manifesto (put it to the test-o).

4. The whole thing is available now for free on YouTube. No stealing required.

5.
Fair play, in fairness.

6. Broadsheet prognosis: I can see my house from here.

Release Date:
Out now.

(Mark writes about film, TV and other stuff at WhyBother.ie)

3 thoughts on “Broadsheet Trailer Park: Nola and the Clones

  1. Paul Kerrigan

    I have viewed it and found some of it slow, some of it thought provoking. The lead female is good. How would she perform in a different role? Interior and exterior shots were well planned. The aimless life of a homeless drifter is highlighted, although she looks healthy and free of addictions throughout the film. I must visit the website of nuascannain.com and see what they are about.

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