Billed as a ‘romantic drama about a former frat boy and a young free-spirited woman who try to have an “old fashioned” courtship in modern-day America.’
Carlos The Cinemagoer writes:
“This trailer just popped-up on the Apple Trailer site. Dunno if it’ll be good but thought it was interesting if only for the fact that it’s so vehement in it’s desire to point out it’s not Fifty Shades of Grey which opens the same weekend. Unusual to see a little indie pit itself against a blockbuster like this – but it may get results.”
The trailer for the third and final instalment of Charlie – entitled Fall – on RTÉ One at Sunday at 9.30pm.
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Jack Jones writes:
Charles Haughey Budget response 1986…Ray Burke @ 5.19…[FF plant] Beverly Cooper Flynn as ’emigrating student’ @ 5.03…
An open letter to Hollywood trailer makers by Mario and Fafa.
Behold: the UEV-440 ‘urban escape vehicle’ from Conqueror Australia – a 4.4m, fully suspended, all-terrain luxury trailer/camper complete with pantry, double sink, surround sound flat screen TV, heating, air-con, a shower and more, including a price tag of between AUS$50,000 and AUS$66,000. (€34k-€45K)
The frenetic trailer for a new play, Leper and Chip, written by Lee Coffey, directed by Karl Shiels. To wit:
The boy, Leper meets the girl, Chip. Boy meets girl… in the middle of a battering, boy wrecks bus full of pensioners, girl gets chased by machete wielding maniac and love without madness isn’t love at all…Fast, frantic, funny… Dublin at 100mph with leopard coated cougars, Pringle eating whales and your almost-midget mate chained inside a fridge.
Rob O’Donoghue writes:
‘Leper and Chip’ will be running in Theatre Upstairs, above Lanigan’s Pub on Eden Quay, Dublin from the 22nd of April until the 3rd of May.
Production company Bitter Like A Lemon is also raising funds via indiegogo, should you feel inclined to support the arts.