Life’s A Riot

What an enormously entertaining tale! I was entralled from start to finish – and excellent way to present our history – humourous (I nearly choked on my tea when Geraldine Brophy was crawling through that bush), emotional (WHO was that pianist?? Beautiful!) and thought-provoking (here I am using the Internet, watching telly by the fire, eating chocolate biscuits – I’ll never know the dispair of a true depression).

Ian Mune is a genius, and proof that our film industry is light years ahead of any other country in terms of offerings that combine heart, humour and history. Well done!