Rosie - Movie Special (with Sarah Greene and Moe Dunford): Episode 264

5Oct

Sarah Greene and Moe Dunford play Rosie and JP in Roddy Doyle's first film in almost 20 years. They sat down with Jarlath for a truly gripping conversation about their work on this moving and powerful film which comes at a crucial juncture in Ireland’s housing crisis. The actors speak about how this project forced them to come to terms with the terrifying realities that inspired this script.

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