Unless You Have Other Plans



At the IFI, Temple Bar. Dublin 2.


Written and directed by Alan Gilsenan.

Based on the  final novel by Carol Shields, the plot involve…

Reta Winters (Catherine Keener) discovering her eldest daughter Norah (Hannah Gross) inexplicably drops out of college and is found on a Toronto street corner, pan-handling and refusing to speak, holding a cardboard sign reading GOODNESS.

The irish Premiere takes place in the IFI at 6.20pm TONIGHT.

Would you and a friend like to go?

We have two tickets to the screening which includes a post screening q&a with director Alan Gilsenan and Sinead Gleeson.

The first out of the hat with correct answer to the following question can pick up the tickets this evening.

Complete this Alan Gilsenan film title:

‘The Road To____________________________’

Lines MUST close at 5.15pm

(Should be able collect tickets at box office before 6.10pm)

UNLESS opens in Irish cinemas on March 16

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14 thoughts on “Unless You Have Other Plans

  1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    Ooooo I’d love to go but I won’t be around. I LOVE Catherine Keener and Carol Shields is a wonderful writer.

    1. lubber

      Somehow Eoin’s comment didn’t appear when I was writing mine, leaving me think the field was wide open. Maybe you can magic up another pair of tickets?!

    2. Eoin

      I don’t think I won Lubber but if I did I wouldn’t make it in on time now so they are all yours….

  2. Lilly

    Would love to have gone to this. Alan Gilsenan is brilliant. Whoever went, if you’re in the mood to report back, all ears.

  3. stupidoulwan

    sounds miserable and depressing

    why can’t we have a happy Irish film about normal people?

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