‘Limp’ Released Online

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Crooked Creations have announced the online release of their feature film Limp on Vimeo from Monday, the 12th of January 2015.
 
Limp follows the deterioration of a relationship told through the eyes of a man whose brain has been curdled by isolation. So desperate for companionship the man plays out a relationship between himself and a woman that he has killed but it isn’t long before the corpse begins to deteriorate and the relationship follows suit. As the world the Man has built around himself begins to spiral out of control he watches on helplessly as it unravels the grim reality and the devastating truth of what he has done and what he must do…
 
This abstract horror had its first screening at the inaugural IndieCORK film festival in Ireland back in October 2013 and has seen a host of glowing reviews for its handling of a dark subject matter, obscure story and unique visual style not to mention the sterling performance by its lead actor Eoin Quinn. It has continued its success at festivals and events around Ireland and internationally namely The Underground Film festival and Seattle True Independent Film Festival.
 
Limp was produced by Kevin Minogue and Shaun Ryan through their independent production company Crooked Creations. This micro budget film was financed independently for the sum of €900 with cast and crew donating their time to the project for free.

 

Now the duo at Crooked Creations have decided to release the film to the general public online entirely for free. While there is no charge attached to watch the film, Crooked Creations would ask that viewers would consider making a donation to two charities very close to them. The charities they are fundraising for are the ARC Cancer Support Centre and L’Arche Ireland.
 

To Donate to the ARC Cancer Support Centre: arccancersupport.ie/donate/ For more info on the ARC Cancer Support Centre visit:arccancersupport.ie/
 
To donate to L’arche home for the disabled, send all donations to: L’arche dublin office, Baidin, 8 Warren House Road, Baldoyle, Dublin 13, Ireland For more information visit: larche.ie/

 

Read Ciara O’Brien’s review of Limp here

 

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