A Film With Me In It

Directed By: Ian FitzGibbon


Who would have thought that a dark Irish comedy with a fairly significant body count would be TIFF 2008’s purest example of farce?

Unapologetically silly and fun, A Film With Me In It takes a story of accidents and turns it into a clockwork-like structure of bad news followed by worse. Continuously trumping the “can’t get any worse” ethos, the fine performances by Mark Doeherty (also the writer) and comedy stalwart Dylan Moran make this a giddy, morbid yet terrific little film.

Grade: B+


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