REVIEW The Banshees of Irisherin – comes from the creator of In Bruges and is perhaps better than any film you’ll see this year

In case you’ve heard of The Banshees of Irisherin, you might do well to watch it when it becomes available to you, in one form or another. And if you haven’t heard of it, here’s a good opportunity to sort it out.

Admittedly, I’ve been a bit on the fence about whether or not to write anything about this film, since anything I might say about it would in no way encompass its true dimension.

I’ll start, however, by telling you that The Banshees of Irisherin comes from the same man who, in 2008, was inventing and “releasing” another film that, over time, has taken on “cult” status. In this case, I’m referring to In Bruges, and the director’s name is Martin McDonagh.

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The Banshees of Irisherin a film in which you experience the holy trinity of experiences

First, perhaps you should know that in The Banshees of Irisherin you’ll see, just like in In Bruges, Collin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson displaying a friendship at least as bizarre as in the past, if not more bizarre.

The action of The Banshees of Irisherin is set on a small Irish island where boredom seems to drive some people to commit reprehensible acts, both against themselves and others.

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At this film you’ll laugh a little, cry a lot and, at times, get annoyed at the absurdity of certain situations that, in a parallel universe, could even happen to you. Hence, the holy trinity of the living.

Recently, The Banshees of Inisherin received no less than 9 Oscar nominations and is now vying for the following trophies: best picture, best director, best actor (Colin Farrell), best supporting actress (Kerry Condon), best supporting actor (Brendan Gleeson), best original screenplay, best editing or best soundtrack.

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