Trailer for new Irish-language film revealed


The trailer for the new Irish-language film Róise and Frank, which is set to hit theaters on September 16, has been released.

The highly anticipated film is set in the Gaeltacht area of ​​Ring, Co. Waterford, and tells the story of recently widowed Róise (Bríd Ní Neachtain), who struggles following the death of her husband Frank.

Grief-stricken and lonely, Róise has withdrawn from the world around her and her loved ones. But when a stray dog ​​begins to follow her every move, a rejuvenated Róise begins to believe in her husband’s reincarnation and the power to endure life in its hopeful next steps.

Bríd Ní Neachtain plays Róise, grieving widow

The film, which is due to screen at the Galway Film Fleadh later this month, has been a hit on the festival circuit winning numerous awards including Best Ensemble at the Dublin International Film Festival and winning the audience at Santa Barbara and Sonoma International. Film festival.

Speaking about the upcoming release, directors Peter Murphy and Rachael Moriarty said they were “delighted to have Róise and Frank in Irish cinemas this autumn. International audiences loved the story of Róise, the dog and the hurling, so we hope our home crowd enjoys it too!”

Róise & Frank is written and directed by Rachael Moriarty and Peter Murphy and produced by Cúán Mac Conghail of Macalla Teoranta. The film was funded by Screen Ireland, TG4 and the BAI under the Cine4 programme.

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