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The Importance of Being Whatever
TV Series Completed
YEAR: 2011
DIRECTOR: Rob Burke/Ronan Burke   Ronan Burke  
WRITER: Iseult Golden    David Horan   
PRODUCTION COMPANY: Accomplice Television   
PRODUCER: David Collins    Martina Niland    Pauline MacNamara    Sheila de Courcy
CAST: Kwaku Fortune    Lauren Coe    Andrew Bennett    Jacqui Boatswain    Shane Thornton    Iseult Golden  
LOCATION:
EDITOR: Anna Maria O'Flanagan      
DOP: David Grennan      
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The series follows mixed race teen Tobi Okocha, the dutiful and hard-working son of struggling single mother Kathy, who is determined that her son will get a good leaving cert and a place in university. Tobi lives a grey life of school, work and homework, until the day he meets beautiful Emma. He follows her into a drama class where they are rehearsing ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’. Inspired by the plot of the play, Tobi adopts an alter ego: the ultra-cool Harry. But can Tobi keep up the balancing act?





 
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