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Trailer Released for Viko Nikci’s New Mystery Drama 'Cellar Door'
07 Jan 2019 : News Desk
Viko Nikci’s mystery drama is set for an Irish release in cinemas on January 25th.

Written and directed by Nikci, ‘Cellar Door’ tells the story of young love to tortured loss and back again, the story follows Aidie (Karen Hassan)  a fighter inside and out - as she searches for her son while in the grip of the Church. With a unique point of view on a familiar trauma, Cellar Door cuts deep into the character’s subjective experience - an exploration of love regained and loss relived with the burning question throughout- “What’s The Last Thing You Remember!”

The film features a strong ensemble cast, which is led by Karen Hassan (‘Finding Joy’). Catherine Walker (‘Patricks Day’), Mark O' Halloran (‘Adam and Paul’) with support from Ian McElhinney  (‘Game Of Thrones’), Leah McNamara (‘Metal Heart’), Una Carroll (‘Calvary’), Ruairi O’Connor (‘Handsome Devil ‘),Ali White (‘The Fall’), Conor Ó Hanlon (‘Vikings’), Stella McCusker (‘Five Minutes of Heaven’) and Amber Jean Rowan (‘Guilt’) who round out the cast.

‘Cellar Door’ is produced by David Collins of Samson Films (‘Once’) with supported from Screen Ireland. The film was written, directed and edited by Viko Nikci, who picked up the award for ‘Best Irish First Feature’ at the 2018 Galway Film Fleadh. Robert Flood features as DoP, original score by Ray Harman and production design by Mark Kelly. The film was cast by Louise Kiely and Thyrza Ging,

‘Cellar Door’ releases in Irish cinemas on Friday, January 25th.





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