Film@BirrTheatre – The Florida Project
We are in the low-rent penumbra that surrounds Disney World. Cheap motels with aping names like the Futureland Inn – painted purple, pink and pistachio – host meaner tourists, resting drifters and poor mothers like the unstoppable Halley (Bria Vinaite).
Birr Theatre & Arts Centre
27th February 2018 at 8:00 pm
She is, in many ways, a dreadful nuisance: loud, unruly, disorganised. But she is also endlessly hilarious and – though parenting skills are rudimentary – she desperately loves her six-year-old daughter Moonee (Brooklynn Prince). The film begins as it means to continue with Moonee competing with her pals in a gobbing competition on a neighbour’s car. This causes an inevitable fight, which Bobby (Willem Dafoe), the long-suffering manager of the motel, is forced to defuse.
The lighting of the Uisneach beacon fire was the signal for igniting fires on many hills across the whole island creating a unique ‘fire eye’ with Uisneach being the pupil. This heralded the coming of summer.
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