Casey and Aisling find their vapid friendship under fire, as jealousy and betrayal begins to illuminate between them. Subsequently a petty game of give and take leaves an inevitable question mark over their apparent friendship.
Orlaith D'Arcy is a 22 year old filmmaker that hails from Blanchardstown, Dublin. She has spent the last four years studying filmmaking in the National Film School, I.A.D.T, here she has developed her skills in various areas of film and television production, specifically spending the last year majoring in narrative direction. Upon completion of her degree she hopes to expand her career within the Irish film industry and internationally where she aims to create films containing stories and characters that have yet to be appreciated on screen.
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Our programme launches on July 20th.
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