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THE HOLE IN THE GROUND – DIRECTED BY LEE CRONIN


Seána Kerslake

Seána Kerslake


THERE’S NOT much wrong with Lee Cronin’s technically adept debut, The Hole in the Ground. Its problem is that, although it is streets ahead of recent Irish-made schlockers, like Brian O’Malley’s The Lodgers, Cronin’s film is not remarkable enough to rise above humdrum genre fare.... Read more »

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