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4.0 out of 5 stars Quirky, atmospheric Suspense Thriller!
This is a rather quirky tale, set in Dublin. It is a story of ruthlessness, betrayal of loyalties, and fanatical beliefs…….

In case you haven’t guessed, the plot centres around the activities of “The Movement”, which of course we now know by other terms. A quiet little hotel forms the backdrop of the “headquarters” of...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Nothing Special
Not bad film noirish thriller. Good picture quality sound could have been better.
Compact thriller with interesting Characters and a very good story.
Published 2 months ago by D. J. Foley


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4.0 out of 5 stars Quirky, atmospheric Suspense Thriller!, 5 Mar 2014
This review is from: Dublin Nightmare [DVD] (DVD)
This is a rather quirky tale, set in Dublin. It is a story of ruthlessness, betrayal of loyalties, and fanatical beliefs…….

In case you haven’t guessed, the plot centres around the activities of “The Movement”, which of course we now know by other terms. A quiet little hotel forms the backdrop of the “headquarters” of the “cell”…

The movie has an air of the “Film Noir” about it, and has a rather curious (if at times slightly irritating) scene setting music background. For some strange reason, it also reminds me of that cult western “High Noon” (can’t quite put my finger on why…..)

We start with a “Bank Job”, which of course has the intention of fund raising. The co-conspirators are all set, which includes one Steve Lawlor (Richard Leech). Now our friend Mr Leech clearly has different motives – he’s in it for his share of the money, and makes no secret of the fact. The love interest (Steve’s squeeze) comes in the form of Anna (superbly portrayed by Marla Landi). Anna is clearly torn between love for her man, and her own morality.

All seems to have gone well, but two of the motley crew fail to return. What follows is an atmospheric journey through many twists and turns …….. A visitor to the hotel, American photographer John Kevin (William Sylvester) is a friend of Steve’s hoping to meet him there. John gradually becomes drawn into the intrigue, and himself begins to fall for the charms of the beautiful Anna.

There are quite a few surprises in store in this competent suspense movie. It’s a strange, but rather compelling tale, enjoy!

The film doesn’t have a big cast, but see if you can spot (an obviously rather young looking) David Kelly. David who? I hear you ask (think Albert Riddle, the one armed kitchen help at Robin’s Nest – for those of you old enough to remember it!)
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3.0 out of 5 stars Nothing Special, 10 May 2014
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Not bad film noirish thriller. Good picture quality sound could have been better.
Compact thriller with interesting Characters and a very good story.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Dublin Nightmare, 17 April 2014
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A good thriller well acted and directed. It maybe a little run of the mill but well worth an outing
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