Richard Armitage hasn’t forgotten. I’m guessing, when he said “films like these” that he was referring to small, independent, Irish films, and not super violent ones. From what we’ve heard, Bridget Cleary is both. See here
A little info here from Me and Richard
Why does the reference to ITunes and Imovie intrigue me? Good music? A streaming site? Hmmm.
So – what’s Richard Armitage going to be doing for a year?
Thanks to my friend Micra for the tip.
KatharineD found this link for a modern film, drawing on the story of Bridget Cleary. The film is called Waking the Witch, and a video is available on the site.
Some information can be found here (with audio podcast)
A grisly story about the torture and murder of Bridget Cleary in Tipperary in 1895, whose husband believed her to be a witch or possessed by the fairies. (First broadcast 1995)
Part if a documentary here
here , a screenplay by Anne Marie Casey, adapted from a book by Angela Bourke.
2015 – BRIDGET CLEARY, a feature film adaptation of the book by Angela Bourke. Producer, Wildfire Films, Director, Jim O’Hanlon, starring Richard Armitage.
Micra picked this up from a tweet by @Chrissyinwm