A melancholic journey, Living In A Coded Land is a layered exploration of the Irish psyche — nothing comes close to its originality.
Dir. Pat Collins 2014 | Ireland | (12A)
Based on an original idea by Dr. Patrick J. O’Connor
Living in a Coded Land is a poetic and imaginative film generic viagra essay which makes unexpected links between events and locations, history and contemporary life. The film revolves around the notion of a sense of place and stories associated with place, reflecting on the subterranean traces of the past in the present. It explores probing themes such as the impact of colonialism, emigration, the famine, land, housing and the place of art in society.
Making extensive use of archive footage from RTÉ and the IFI, the film seeks to explore the more elusive layers of meaning cheap viagra that make up this country.
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You can also catch Pat Collins in conversation with Jim Carroll as part of the Banter series, discussing his approach to documentary making and prolific career.
Joint ticket offer – see Living In A Coded Land and Farranghostway for €18 (select when booking).