A Film With Me In It

Synopsis

A broke, jobless actor and a broke, jobless screenwriter set out to make a movie and then find that life starts imitating art.

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Starring

Dylan Moran, Mark Doherty, Keith Allen, Amy Huberman

Directed by

Ian Fitzgibbon

Written by

Mark Doherty

Country Of Origin

Ireland

Language

English

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