It stars Jordanne Jones as Emma, Leah McNamara as Chantal. It also stars Moe Dunford, Aaron Heffernan, Sean Doyle, Yasmine Akram and Dylan Moran.
It premiered at the 2018 Galway Film Fleadh, where Jordanne Jones won the Bingham Ray award for Best Newcomer. Hugh O'Conor was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award at its international premiere at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, where the Hollywood Reporter called it a "standout indie". It has also screened at the Seattle Film Festival, the Newport Beach Film Festival, and the Glasgow Film Festival.
It opened in Irish cinemas on 28th July, 2019. The Irish Times gave it a four-star review, calling it "a warm and witty first feature".
References[edit | edit source]
- "Metal Heart". Galway Film Fleadh.
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- "IMDB - Hugh O'Conor awards & nominations". IMDB. Retrieved 28 September 2019.
- "Metal Heart - Hollywood Reporter review, Santa Barbara Film Festival". Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 11 April 2019.
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- "Hugh O'Conor's Charming Comedy Set in Middle Class Dublin". Irish Times.
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