Love Eternal

Love Eternal
Director: Brendan Muldowney

Ireland, Drama, 2013, 94 min., english with lithuanian subtitles, N-18
When Ian Harding’s (Robert de Hoog) mother dies, he is left all alone in the world at the age of 26. Unable to understand basic human emotions, he takes the decision to end it all in a snowy forest. But through a bizarre chance encounter, he discovers the lifeless body of a schoolgirl. Something about her, and her suicide note, resonates deeply within him. For the first time his eyes are opened to the possibility of love and a reason to live. Film is based on the Japanese novel “Loving the Dead“ by Kei Oishi.
About the director:
Brendan Muldowney is a graduate of Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art and Design (The National Film School in Ireland). In 2010, his debut feature film “Savage” (2009), received 6 Irish Film and Television Award (IFTA) nominations, and Brendan also received a Rising Star nomination from the Irish Film Board/Irish Film and Television Award (IFTA). “Love Eternal” (2013) is his second feature film.
Section: Wide Angle

Screenplay: Brendan Muldowney

Dir. of Photography: Tom Comerford

Cast: Robert de Hoog, Pollyanna McIntosh, Amanda Ryan, Emma Eliza Regan, Aiden Condron, Declan Conlon, Daniel Reardon, Tom Leick, Frédéric Frenay, Patrick Hastert