Goldfish Memory is a theatrical-release feature film about everyday relationships set and filmed in Ireland. It was written and directed by Elizabeth Gill.

The movie is set around a small group of characters experiencing relationships which build and crumble before the viewers eyes. The film shows complexities involved in straight relationships but exposes the gay and lesbian twist to love as well.

Cast includes: Sean Campion, Fiona O’Shaughnessy, Fiona Glascott, Peter Gaynor, Keith McErlean, Stuart Graham, Lise Hearns, Jean Butler, Justine Mitchell, Aisling O’Neill, Demien McAdam, Tony Brown, Flora Montgomery.

The movie features a strong score. Four songs of Tom Jobim were remade for the movie, three “Once i loved, Waters of March, and Desafinado” by Damien Rice with Lisa Hannigan (vocals) and Vyvienne Long (cello), and “Lamento No Morro” by Richie Burkley.

Edited by sophcaro on 21 Jan 2007, 15:31

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