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Wallets Full of Blood: Roscommon Death Trip

category national | arts and media | feature author Friday July 09, 2010 10:34author by eeekkk Report this post to the editors

'The injustice of time - rendered obsolete.'

Rain falls on the snow. The Contagion has taken hold. Ghosts from the old Dead Republic are emerging everywhere as the day of judgement approaches.

On Black Tuesday a guilt ridden political functionary runs from his job burying bodies in the city. He is tortured by voices of reproach as he journeys towards home. He recounts the history of his dealings with Fingers - a boss 'who made the old boss look like Mother Teresa'.

Meanwhile, back in the city, amid the spiraling negativity, Fingers and his acolytes lay the foundations for a new Easter Rising.

'Roscommon Death Trip' is the final installment of the 'Wallets Full of Blood' trilogy. The previous installments were 'Houses on the Moon' (2009) and 'Zombie Banker Blues' (2009). They Are Available on this Vimeo page.

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author by eeekkkpublication date Thu Jul 08, 2010 13:31author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Edit: Eamonn

Original Footage: Eamonn / Aisling

Archive Footage: RTE Haughey Series

Production: Leah

Drawings: J.J.

Photoshopped Stills: Eamonn

Original Photos: Eamonn / Gearoid

Stock Photos: Flickr B/W Group

Clips From: Psycho (1998), Kiss Me Deadly (1955), Dracula (2002), Saw IV (2007), Hostel (2005), The Descent (2005), Dawn of the Dead (1978)

Priest Rant: John Gielgud in Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1977)

Tower Footage: Chicagospire.com

Music: Memory Cells - Beyond the Pole, Einsturzende Neubauten - Collapse, Mala - Mountain Dread March, Donaeo - Riot Music

Script Elements from: The Tain, Detour, Red Harvest, Kiss Me Deadly, Dracula, Saw IV, Dawn of the Dead, Paul Gogarty

Additional Footage: Youtube / 'Your Country, Your Call' website

Aaronrip 2010.

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author by Sean Cruddenpublication date Thu Jul 08, 2010 15:49author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Well done to all concerned! Optimistic rhythm to the whole thing? Frightening but it does not really frighten me. Anyway love to all.

 
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