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What Richard Did

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What Richard Did

Tuesday, November 12 | 7 pm
2012, 87 minutes
Directed by Lenny Abrahamson

“Brilliantly acted…one of the most compelling scenes to be found in any film.” – The New York Times

“Abrahamson has pulled off something quietly remarkable.” – Time Out New York

Richard Carlson is a charming, golden-boy athlete seeing out the end of his summer holidays after his final year at school in South Dublin. He is ready to head out to university and a glittering career when he incurs the wrath of his girlfriend Lara’s ex, Conor, and a single, uncharacteristic act of love, pride and jealousy changes everything. Featuring extraordinary breakthrough performances, What Richard Did is a quietly devastating, award-winning study of honesty, mortality and responsibility.

Adapted from Kevin Power’s novel Bad Day in Blackrock and written by award-winning screenwriter Malcolm Campbell (Skins, Shameless).

 


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