A wide view of the many scenes that take us to the streets of Dublin, where there is music coordinator DJ Jason. Jason begins to show his life in those areas and his story with drugs and his addicted brother. Jason tries to show a look at his brother Daniel, a heroin addict and many of the secrets of the streets of Dublin.
Actors Of "Dublin Oldschool"
Critics Of "Dublin Oldschool"
June 25, 2018 Exhilarating though it may be, and elevated by Kirwan's poetry, the sheer speed of delivery coupled with strong accents and slang can make this Irish Trainspotting a - literally - semi-coherent trip, particularly during exchanges between the two leads.Read in Source
Sunday Times (UK)
July 02, 2018 Wordy and worthy, it makes a sweet cinematic monument to the contemporary Dublin rave scene, while reveling in the seductive energy of a good party.Read in Source
June 29, 2018 Dublin Oldschool is consistently uproarious in its portrait of young Dubliners always looking for bants and raves, and the party-loving lads are what can only be described as a gas collection of characters.Read in Source
June 29, 2018 Tynan's film is laden down with aimless chatter, and its plot meanders drearily towards a country rave that seems curiously old-fashioned, and feels like a piece of Dublin's past, not its present.Read in Source
Sunday Independent (Ireland)
July 02, 2018 The endeavour is undeniable. The Trainspotting/Human Traffic moxie, admirable. You do wonder, though, if Dublin Oldschool bit off more than it could chew.Read in Source
Film Ireland Magazine
July 03, 2018 It's fun and heavy; fast and slow; a comedy and a commentary - but mostly, this is something best experienced on a big screen.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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