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Ireland was the first to choose an Oscar nominee |  Filmzine

Ireland was the first to choose an Oscar nominee | Filmzine

The acclaimed drama “The Quiet Girl” broke cinema records in both her home country and the United Kingdom.

We still have two months until the Oscars deadline, but Ireland has already found its favorite. Popular upcoming drama “The Quiet Girl” will be the country’s hope in the Best International Film category at the 2023 gala.

The film, shot with Irish dialogue, is Colm Periades Direction for the first time. After its cinema premiere last spring, it broke cinema records for a local language film in both its native Ireland and Great Britain with revenues of more than SEK 8 million, he wrote. Limit.

“It is a unique and beautiful film that captivates one’s heart from the start and leaves one really touched,” the Irish Oscar Committee comments in its justification.

The story takes place in the Irish countryside in the early 1980s. A quiet girl from a discordant and dysfunctional family is sent to live with distant relatives for the summer. There they can finally bloom, but they also make a painful discovery in their home. 12 years Catherine Clinch He won critical acclaim for his pioneering role.

This year’s Swedish Oscar entry will be presented on September 22nd. But as early as September 1, we’ll find out which three films made the first selection.

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