Mark O’Rowe’s, The Delinquent Season, Released in Irish Cinemas This Friday, 27 April
Posted: 25th April 2018
The Delinquent Season, the feature directorial debut from acclaimed Irish writer, Mark O’Rowe, is released in Irish cinemas this Friday, 27 April.
The Delinquent Season is a tense drama which revolves around two couples in suburban Dublin — Jim and Danielle and Yvonne and Chris. On paper, they both appear to live in marital bliss, until an altercation between one couple occurs and cracks begin to appear in both of these seemingly steady marriages. The Delinquent Season is an examination of love, lust and family relationships and asks the question how well do any of us really know each other?
Starring Cillian Murphy (Peaky Blinders, Dunkirk, Free Fire), Catherine Walker (Critical), Eva Birthistle (Brooklyn) and Andrew Scott (Spectre, Sherlock, Denial), The Delinquent Season receives its world premiere in Dublin tonight, 25 April, with all cast in attendance.
Writer/director O’Rowe has several key writing credits to his name, including the award-winning Intermission (IFTA winner for Best Script in 2003), Boy A (BAFTA-nominated in two categories), Perrier’s Bounty (2010) and Broken (nominated for Best Screenplay at BIFA 2012).
The Delinquent Season is produced by Alan Moloney (Siege of Jadotville, Intermission, Mary Shelley) and Ruth Coady (Siege of Jadotville, Mary Shelley) of Parallel Films. Executive producers are Dixie Linder and Nick Marston of Cuba Pictures, and the film was shot on location in Dublin, with support from the Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board, RTÉ, and BFI. Element Pictures Distribution is handling the Irish release.