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NARRATIVE SHORT | 11 MIN | 2011

PENTECOST

Ireland, 1977. Eleven-year-old Damian Lynch is called in at the last moment to serve as an altar boy at an important mass in the local parish. Following his last appearance as an altar boy, when he knocked Father O'Toole off the altar, he faces a choice: either conform to the status quo or serve an extended ban from his passion in life, football.

Film Information
Year: 2010
Length: 11 minutes
Language: English
Country: Ireland
Premiere: International
Cast & Credits
Primary Cast: Scott Graham, Andrew Bennet, Michael McElhatton, Don Wycherley, Eamon Hunt, Des Nealon
Director: Peter McDonald
Screenwriter: Peter McDonald
Producer: Eimear O' Kane
Editor: John O'Connor
Director of Photography: Patrick Jordan
Production Designer: Stephen Daly
Composer: John McPhillips
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About the Director(s)
PETER MCDONALD has been a professional actor for the last 18 years. His film credits include The Damned United, I Went Down, Saltwater, When Brendan Met Trudy, Nora, The Opportunists, Felicia's Journey, and Some Voices. He wrote and directed his first short, Ginger Bill, which was selected for the Corona Cork International Film Festival.

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