GRÁ MO CHROÍ – New Drama on TG4

Grá Mo Chroí - Poster

GA GEALAÍ in association with TG4 and the BAI present a film by Cathal Ó Cuaig

GRÁ MO CHROÍ

23mins | IRELAND | Colour | 2014

A lyrical portrayal of a young musician struggling to cope with the death of her husband. Both emotionally and musically blocked, Eimear is a broken spirit who is unable to move forward. She embarks on a journey into her past in an effort to deal with her grief. Can a chance encounter with a charming stranger help her recover her joie de vie?

Synopsis

Eimear is a young widow haunted by the memory of her late husband Steve. Disillusioned with life, she has become increasingly isolated and risks ruining her promising career as a cellist. In an effort to come to terms with the past, she returns to the hotel where she had her wedding. A chance encounter with Tommy, a charming man full of optimism, begins to renew her belief in destiny. In a maelstrom of conflicting feelings, Eimear is brought to the brink as she is torn between her heart and her mind. Filmed in a 16th century castle, “Grá Mo Chroí” is the story of a modern woman trying to do what is right for her.

TRAILER

Check out some behind the scenes production stills below:

Grá Mo Chroí - Behind the scenes 01 Grá Mo Chroí - Behind the scenes 03 DOP Cian de Buitléar & Aoife Nic Ardghail on location Doireann Ní Fhoighil & Aoife Nic Ardghail on location Grá Mo Chroí - Behind the scenes 02 Director Cathal Ó Cuaig & Aoife Nic Ardghail on location Aoife-Nic-Ardghail-in-Grá Mo Chroí-Still 04 Tom-Sullivan-&-Aoife-Nic-Ardghail-in-Grá Mo Chroí Aoife-Nic-Ardghail-in-Grá Mo Chroí-Still 05 Aoife-Nic-Ardghail-in-Grá Mo Chroí-Still 06 copy
Aoife-Nic-Ardghail-in-Grá Mo Chroí-Still 01 Aoife-Nic-Ardghail-in-Grá Mo Chroí-Still 02 Aoife-Nic-Ardghail-in-Grá Mo Chroí-Still 03

Photographs courtesy of

www.martinmaguirestills.com

Press Pack Below

Grá Mo Chroí - Press Pack 01

Grá Mo Chroí - Press Pack 02

Grá Mo Chroí - Press Pack 03

Grá Mo Chroí - Press Pack 04

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