‘Bully’ in Production

| April 1, 2015 | Comments (0)

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Irish production company Deep Web Films, co-founded by Stephen Gaffney and Erica Keegan, is set to make its debut with Bully, an independent low-budget feature film.

Principal photography began on March 30th and will continue in the Clondalkin/Tallaght/Ballyfermort area across fourteen days in total before wrapping on May 25th.

Written and directed by Stephen Gaffney, Bully stars Ciaran McCabe (Dollhouse), James Ward (Love/Hate), Kieran O’Reilly (Love/Hate), and Chelsea O’Connor (Saol).

Ciaran plays Karl, a sixth-year student preparing to sit his Leaving Cert exams whobecomes the target of a gang of bullies. With no support from his family and no friends to turn to, Karl falls victim to the psychological manipulation of a school teacher (Kieran O’Reilly) and soonturns to social media as a form of escapism where he develops an online friendship with a woman/

Some time later, things begins to look up as Karl receives professional support and falls for a classmate (Chelsea O’Connor). However, a sudden turn in events introduces Detective O’Neill (James Ward) to investigate a serious crime.

 

 

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