The Lieutenant of Inishmore: Dark Comedy from the Writer of In Bruges
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Bought tickets because we loved the author's Oscar-winning film En Bruge for its humor and sharp, endearing characters. This seemed more of a gimmick that trumpeted state-of the art violence and pitch-black comedy. We were put off by the confusing Irish brogues and politics. It all seemed rather juvenile in tone and not sophisticated or pushing boundaries in either subject or promised over-the top stage antics.
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If you like black comedy, irony, satiric perspective, you will likely have a great time. It is a murder mystery involving the death of a black cat and how a variety of characters are affected by it, particularly partisans of a splinter group that...continued
A gleefully gruesome comedy from the Oscar-nominated author of In Bruges, about a merciless Irish terrorist and the thing that matters most to him in the world: his precious black cat, Wee Thomas. Turn off your political correctness meter and wallow in this outrageous, blood-drenched farce from one of Ireland’s most acclaimed contemporary writers. You won’t believe your eyes!
*contains violence, adult language and themes
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