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Inside I'm Dancing
Feature 104
YEAR: 2004
DIRECTOR: Damien O'Donnell    
WRITER: Jeffrey Caine      
PRODUCTION COMPANY: Octagon Films Working Title   
PRODUCER: James Flynn    Juanita Wilson      
CAST: James McEvoy    Romola Garai    Steven Robertson    Brenda Fricker    Ruth McCabe    Tom Hickey  
LOCATION: Dublin
EDITOR: Frances Parker      
DOP: Peter Robertson      
COSTUME DESIGN: Lorna Marie Mugan
PRODUCTION DESIGN: Tom Conroy
HAIR/MAKEUP:
SOUND: Alan Collins      Brendan Geaney
MUSIC: David Julyan




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AIB People's Choice Award for Best Irish Film

Best Script - Jeffrey Caine

Best Irish Film
Best Irish Actress - Brenda Fricker
Best Director - Damien O'Donnell
Best Cinematography - Peter Robertson
Best Production Design - Tom Conroy
Best Costume Design - Lorna Marie Mugan

Long-term resident of Carrigmore Home for the Disabled, 24 year old Michael Connolly's (Steven Robertson) life is transformed when dynamic Rory O'Shea, (James McAvoy) a guy in a big hurry, moves into the room next door. Michael is stunned to discover that fast-talking Rory can understand his almost unintelligible speech and a friendship quickly forms between the two young men. Rory's rebellious nature inspires Michael to discover a whole new world outside of the walls of Carrigmore. When the two find a way to set up in a flat of their own, they recruit the headstrong and inexperienced Siobhán (Romola Garai) as their assistant. The two men’s growing feelings for Siobhán and their rivalry for her attention underscore their journey towards real independence and liberation.





 
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