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Dawn of the Dread
As Irish director Conor Horgan’s post-apocalyptic drama One Hundred Mornings is released, he talks to Roe McDermott about societal breakdowns, morality and why even at the end of the world we’ll be sleeping with the wrong people.
Roe McDermott, 10 May 2011
Ecological disaster, societal breakdown, the dissolution of morality – there’s a lot of themes in One Hundred Mornings that may keep you awake at night. The idea that should an apocalypse come we may spend our last days having Dawson Creek-style dramas and picking the wrong romantic partners? Now that’s depressing.
One Hundred Mornings is released on May 6.