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A new comedy short from Brainy Films.

Caroline writes:

Dating wisdom says “Don’t be afraid to put yourself out there – what’s the worst that can happen?”. Well, this. This is the worst that can happen.

Written and Directed by Brian Cheatle.
Starring Cillian O’Gairbhi and  Clare Monnelly.
Shot in Anseo, Camden Street, Dublin 2 (courtesy of Eddie)

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A caught short comedy short by Brainy Films

Shot in Anseo Camden Street, Dublin 2

Caroline at Brainy Films writes:

Starring Liam Hourican – currently appearing in BBC 3’s Murder in Successville, Moone Boy’s Clare Monnelly & David Layde, who you’ll remember as the warrior standing behind the wizard guy at the end of this episode of 90’s Irish Power Rangers knock-off Mystic Knights of Tir an Nog

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From Brainy Films.

Starring Liam Hourican and Clare Monnelly.

Caroline writes:

The type of coffee you order says a lot about you. Maybe you ask for a Mocha because you don’t actually like the taste of coffee but want to look like you’re drinking one. Maybe you ask for an ‘Expresso’ because you don’t realise that that’s not what it’s called. Or maybe, like the guy (above)y…you’re just a dick.

FIGHT!

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Brian Cheatle, of Brainy Films, writes:

Hell is other people. It’s also the 1999 Smash Mouth single “All Star“. We cast a critical eye over both in our latest cheapo comedy short “Rat Race” – starring Liam Hourican (top) and Cillian Ó Gairbhí.

Previous Brainy Film sketches: Have You Any Spare Change?

For Your Consideration: Payday

Mini-Marathon Man

Julian!

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A comedy.

Caroline writes:

 Here’s the latest cheapo comedy sketch from Brainy Films about Neighbours; not the TV show, the arsehole guy who lives next door. Stars Clare Monnelly (off of “Moone Boy”, and in “Big Maggie” in the Gaiety right now, Leaving Cert fans) and David Layde.

Previous Brainy FIlms:
Have You Any Spare Change?
Payday
Marathon Man
Julian

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Caroline, from Brainy Films, writes:

“Does pressing the button at a pedestrian crossing actually *do* anything? This issue is explored in absolutely no detail in our latest cheapo comedy short “Julian”,
starring Liam Hourican and Cillian Ó Gairbhí.”

Previously: For Your Consideration: Payday

Have You Any Spare Change?

Mini-Marathon Man

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