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Subotica’s ‘Miss Julie’ opens in the IFI from August 28
26 Aug 2015 : Seán Brosnan
‘Miss Julie’ was nominated for three IFTA Awards earlier this year
Irish co-production ‘Miss Julie’, starring Colin Farrell, Jessica Chastain and Samantha Morton opens in Dublin’s Irish Film Institute (IFI) this Friday, August 28th.

Directed by Liv Ullman and based on August Strindberg’s play, ‘Miss Julie’ relocates from Sweden to Ireland and takes place on a large country estate in 1890. The film is set during the course of a midsummer night with Chastain portraying an unsettled daughter of Anglo-Irish aristocracy, who encourages her father’s valet (Farrell) to seduce her. The valet is already engaged to the cook, played by Morton.

The film debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2014. ‘Miss Julie’ was co-produced by Subotica in Ireland, filmed on location in Fermanagh and was co-funded by /the Irish Film Board, in addition to NIS, Norwegian FI, Media House Capital and Altaris Capital. Irish producers on the project were Tristan Orpen Lynch and Aoife O’Sullivan. Costume Designer was Consolata Boyle. The film was nominated for three IFTA Awards this year including Best Actor (Colin Farrell), Best International Actress (Jessica Chastain) and Costume Design (Consolata Boyle).

Check out the trailer for ‘Miss Julie’ below:

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