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London Irish Film Club Presents Adam & Paul



May 12th at 7.30pm @ The London Irish Centre, 50-52 Camden Square, London NW1 9XB

Adm £5 / £4 concessions
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The Wednesdays

When you're in the autumn of your days, and you've nothing left to lose, you might be tempted to try anything just to put a smile on your face again. And so in this funny, sad (and sometimes wobbly) tale we meet Mr and Mrs O'Leary. They have been prisoners of old age for too long, so when they discover a way to feel young again, and to re-discover the love they had almost forgotten about, they grab it with both hands - every Wednesday. Unfortunately, soon the law comes knocking at their door...

Director : Conor Ferguson (2007) 13 minutes

Adam & Paul

'Adam & Paul' is a frank and humorous look at the comically darker side of Dublin that lurks behind the crime rate and the drug statistics.

Friends since they were small boys, Adam and Paul have withered into two, hapless, desperate junkies, tied together by habit and necessity. A stylised, downbeat physical comedy, the film follows the boys over the course of a single day, which, like every other, is entirely devoted to the business of scrounging and robbing money for drugs. The difference today is that Adam and Paul – already near rock bottom – have finally run out of luck, credit and friends.

Director: Leonard Abrahamson (2004) 83 minutes

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Nessa King
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Tuesday, 12 May 2009(19:30- 21:30) Website
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London Irish Centre, 50-52 Camden Square, London, NW1 9XB

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