Film: Transit


Franz Rogowski stars as Georg, a German in Paris during an increasingly tense and violent occupation. The book the film is based on was released in 1944 and set in 1942, so the story at that time was about the Nazis, but Christian Petzold (director of ‘Phoenix’ and ‘Barbara’) boldly chooses to update the story to an alternative modern time without really clarifying the source of the threat.
Paris is being sealed off, but Georg must first deliver two letters for a friend. However when he gets to the home of the addressee – a writer, he finds him dead – by suicide. Before long, Georg is dodging shock troops in a heart-thumping chase and entering a Kafkaesque world where the streets are filled with jackboots and terror.
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Martin Ward (Edward Rowe) is a fisherman, a gloweringly aggressive man who resents the incomers and holidaymakers who have taken over his village. Fishing is
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Formed in 2019, indie folk/rock hybrid Mill Road have been blazing a quiet trail and ‘Livin’ the Dream’ around Thurles Town these past few months.
Sitting in-between the two worlds of traditional and contemporary, IN LiMBO takes a journey where few have gone within Irish step dancing. Four live musicians