Goldfish Memory

Goldfish Memory
Director: Liz Gill

Ireland, 2003, 85min., romantic comedy
Goldfish Memory is a light-hearted look at the dangers and delights of dating in contemporary Dublin. When Clara sees her boyfriend Tom kissing Isolde, it sets off a chain reaction of romances and heartbreaks until the entire cycle has turned full circle, each character trying to solve the pressing question of what is the perfect relationship! Some favour marriage, others a week-at-a-time arrangement. The only thing they can all agree on is that love is the one thing we can’t live without.

Falling in love, out of love, and making the same mistakes all over again - all of us say we learn from heartbreak, but how many of us really change? And do we want to?

Exploring the comical nature of love, straight, gay and in-between, Goldfish Memory brings life to the saying ‘what goes around, comes around’...and around...and around...

Liz Gill’s romantic comedy Goldfish Memory has charmed audiences all over the world. It is a feel-good movie that shows the diversity of genre in the Irish film production during recent years. Kaunas International Film Festival invites you to sit back in your seat and enjoy this flick: “Let there be love!”
Section: Special focus on Irish film

Screenplay: Liz Gill

Dir. of Photography: Ken Byrne

Producer: Breda Walsh

Cast: Sean Campion, Flora Montgomery, Jean Butler, Keith McErlean, Stuart Graham, Fiona O'Shaughnessy, Fiona Glascott, Peter Gaynor, Lisa Hearns, Justine Mitchell, Demian McAdam, Aisling O'Neill