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by Ciaran Creagh


Ruth Donnelly is a thirty-something Garda officer. Three years ago she lost everything that was dear to her. She lost her child and her husband. Her life is marked by feelings of guilt. She's a heavy drinker. She suffers swinging mood changes of depression to raging anger, losing control of her life. At work she is no longer allowed to interact with the public, spending her time reviewing CCTV footage on a monitor. Her colleagues pity her but are pretty tired of her behaviour. How do you deal with a sense of overwhelming loss and the depression that goes with it? A theme that anyone can relate to, regardless of gender, nationality and age.

international title: In View
original title: In View
country: Ireland
year: 2016
genre: fiction
directed by: Ciaran Creagh
film run: 93'
release date: IE 1/03/2016
screenplay: Ciaran Creagh
cast: Caoilfhionn Dunne, Stuart Graham, Ciarán McMenamin, Gerard McSorley, Maria McDermottroe, Gary Byrne, Joe Mullins, Will O'Connell, Ed Cosgrove, Joe McKinney
cinematography by: David Grennan
film editing: Tony Cranstoun
art director: Anna O'Carroll
music: Denis Clohessy
producer: Dave Byrne, Ciaran Creagh, Simon Doyle
production: Underground Studios
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