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-2Tonight.

Some Like It Hot (1959) starring Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis and Marilyn Monroe.

On the big screen, in the open air in Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin.

Hosted by Open Air Cinema, a non-profit group putting on “low to no impact, leave no trace events” around the city.

€5. 7.30pm.

If late, don’t worry.

Nobody’s perfect.

Open Air Cinema (Facebook)

What you may need to know

 1. What Richard Did is the third film directed by Lenny Abrahamson, after Adam & Paul (2004) and Garage (2007).

2. It’s loosely adapted from Kevin Power‘s novel Bad Day In Blackrock.

3. It’s going to generate a lot of hand-wringing about Who We Are.

4. At 1’04 – spot Lars Mikkelsen, from TV’s The Killing and Borgen.

5. Next up for Abrahamson is Frank (2013), with Michael Fassbender & Domhnall Gleeson.

Release Date (Ireland): October 5

 

A few weeks ago, Flavorwire posed the question ‘What are the most beautiful movies ever made?’

They suggested ten, their commenters rowed in with dozens more and the expanded list of 86 movies forms the basis of this ‘video essay’.

Of course it’s entirely subjective, but very easy on the eye.

Full list of film credits here.

dailywh.at/flavorwire

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOVam_9-FcM

“I said My God, i said, did ye not know what day was in it, I said?”

Short stop motion animated film based on an actual phone call that was made by local woman Ann to current affairs program “Deise AM” with Billy McCarthy on WLR FM! A typical and hilarious incident during the final days of the old Waterford Cineplex in Patrick Street which has been abandoned since 2008. 

Directed, produced and animated by Gary Kenneally

Thanks Brian McCartan