Director: Kieran Hickey
A ghost story set in the days when radio was the centre of home entertainment. Three nights a week, in suspenseful instalments, Ainsley Rupert Macreadie writes and broadcasts his own stories to rapt audiences. He is known as "the disturbing gentleman of the wireless", and his chilling and intriguing tales of inventive horror tease his listeners into nightmares. But his latest cruel narrative, the story of The Great Orsino, a magician whose tricks cause the horrifying death of his boy assistant, becomes a reality in which Macreadie finds himself an unwilling participant when the character of the boy refuses to obey the writer's commands. Suddenly Macreadie discovers that he is the victim of the kind of terror which, up until now, he has reserved for others.
It has been said that if Dublin were wiped out, it could be reconstructed from James Joyce's novel, "Ulysses", exactly as it was on Bloomsday— June 16th, 1904. Kieran Hickey has reconstructed i… More »
Winter on the West Coast of Ireland. A small and dreary hotel with a prying manageress. Four professional people on working assignments are the only guests — three surveyors from some State org… More »
Four successful professional people. ... representative of the self-admiring “new" Ireland and proud of their image in society, are trapped for one night into acting out the truth about themselves … More »