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Exclusive: First Look Artwork Released for Alan Mulligan’s Debut Drama ‘The Limit Of’
22 Feb 2019 : Nathan Griffin
Laurence O'Fuarain in 'The Limit Of'.
Producer Tim Palmer (‘Into the West’, ‘Patrick's Day’) gives us a first look at Artwork for Alan Mulligan's new gripping psychological thriller ‘The Limit Of’.

Featuring rising stars Laurence O'Fuarain (‘Vikings’, ‘Don’t Go’) and IFTA nominated Sarah Caroll, Mulligan’s directorial debut opens in Irish Cinemas on April 5th. 

Created by Alan Mulligan and producer by brother Anthony Mulligan, alongside producer Tim Palmer (‘Into The West’, ‘Patrick’s Day’), ‘The Limit Of’ premiered to acclaim at the Galway Film Fleadh. It’s a story rooted in Alan Mulligan’s career as a young banker during the Celtic Tiger years and its crushing aftermath. The film captures the rapacious greed of the financial world and society’s ever-growing need for control. Mulligan’s slow, deliberate style builds a fever pitch of intensity as the film reaches its shocking climax. 

Speaking about her experience making the film, actor Sarah Carroll told IFTN:
''From my first scenes with Laurence I knew we were making a special film. To have been nominated for an IFTA for my performance was an amazing experience but now for the film to be getting a cinema release is the real cast and crew award and something I'm very proud of”

Speaking about the release, lead actor Laurence O'Fuarain said: 
“I fell in love with James’s character from my first reading of Alan’s script. It was a unique opportunity to play a character from my home town, which reflected the new city and pressures that many of my peers now work in. I cannot wait for Irish audiences to meet James in Cinemas from April 5th.”

‘The Limit Of’ features breakout performances for both lead actors and saw Carroll nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the 2018 IFTA Film & Drama awards. RTÉ critic Michael Doherty praised the film describing it as “a smart, contemporary thriller with a striking performance from Sarah Carroll.”
The poster artwork was done by John Talbot of Galway's Panic Post Production.

Sentioar will release ‘THE LIMIT OF’ in Irish Cinemas on April 5th.

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Sarah Carroll, Star of 'The Limit Of', Talks With IFTN
10 Apr 2019 
IFTN Talks with 'The Limit Of' Star Laurence O'Fuarain
05 Apr 2019 
Trailer Released for Alan Mulligan's Debut Drama 'The Limit Of'
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First Titles Announced for 2019 Galway Film Fleadh
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