“Stephen McKeon’s score is spine-tingling too, a series of aching suspensions heavy laden with loss.” Mark Kermode, The Guardian
‘Mister John’, the second feature from Irish husband-and-wife directors, Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy, is an honest and frank drama. Aidan Gillen (best known from TVs ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘The Wire’) plays Gerry, a man who has all but given up on his marriage after discovering his wife is cheating on him. Then the sudden death of his brother in Singapore, where he owned a grotty bar and lived with his wife and child, gives Gerry the opportunity to escape. At first, the change of scenery is an escape from his problems, but as he learns of the murky business his brother has been mixed up in, Gerry is forced to confront the truth.