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filming Intermission in Dublin...
Irish hunk Colin
Farrell didn't forget his shovel when he went
to work this week in Dublin. ShowBizIreland.com
snapped the star filming a scene for his latest movie
takes out his rage on a car
movie stars Colin Farrell, (Tigerland, Minority
Report, Phone Booth) Colm Meaney (The Van,
How Harry became a Tree), Cillian Murphy (Disco
Pigs, How Harry became a Tree) and Kelly MacDonald
( Trainspotting, Elisabeth, Gosford Park).
in present-day Dublin, Intermission is a story of
ordinary interweaving lives searching for love in
all the wrong places.
Farrell plays Lehiff, a loner and petty criminal
planning one last job to end his career of hellraising
and start nestbuilding. On the other side of the law
is Detective Jerry Lynch (Colm Meaney), a pugilistic
maverick wading through the underbelly determined
to make a difference and leave his mark.
Cillian Murphy plays John, an incurable romantic
who dumps his supermarket job to join forces with
Lehiff and win back Deirdre (Kelly MacDonald)
the love of his life who has moved in with Sam
(Michael McElhatton), a married bank manager.
Lehiff's scam goes awry when Noeleen (Deirdre
O'Kane) Sam's violent ex wife attacks him during the
heist triggering chaos.
Of Wolves, Stephen Woolley and Neil
Jordan's production outfit, and Alan Moloney's
Parallel Films are currently filming Intermission
in Dublin, an ensemble drama from writer/director
Producer/Director team, Woolley and Jordan's extensive
list of credits include The End Of The Affair, Michael
Collins, Mona Lisa, Interview With A Vampire and The
also produced Scandal, A Rage In Harlem, Backbeat
and executive produced Little Voice.
photography started on August 31st for seven weeks
on location in Dublin.
It will be released in 2003 by Buena Vista in
the UK and Ireland and by IFC (Big Fat Greek
Wedding, Y Tu Mama Tambien) in the US.