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The Will

Liam O Mochain
Republic of Ireland, 2016, 11 min.

In English.
This film is family friendly.

Moya visits a funeral home and signs the book of condolences not realising the consequences of signing it!

Director's Statement

The Will is a drama is set in Ireland and inspired by a true story. Moya is dying to use the toilet, it is early morning and the only place opened is the local funeral home. She decides to say a prayer and sign the book of condolences for the one non-living resident. As the sole visitor she doesn't realise the consequences of signing the book!

Category: Drama, Festival Alum.
Themes: Irish Cinema.

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