Cillian Murphy on The Wind that Shakes the Barley (2006)

While waiting for my upcoming post on this movie on the Irish Civil War you may watch a brief interview with Cillian Murphy.

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6 thoughts on “Cillian Murphy on The Wind that Shakes the Barley (2006)

  1. Novroz says:

    Cillian Murphy is my favorite actor 🙂 he is so underrated 😦

    • I definitely agree with you. He is underrated but I had to watch this movie first to realize this.

      • Novroz says:

        He is a better actor in Independent or Irish movies. You’ve got to check this movie, Peacock http://t.co/XeO0Qud to know his true tallent.

        What most people see of him in Big budget movies is not his true tallent.

        Fortunately Nolan recognizes his talent tho he hasn’t given him a real challenging role yet.

        I feel sad whenever I find article about great actors around 30 and they keep on skipping his name.

        He was nominated for best actor for both The Wind and Breakfast on Pluto in the same year, he won the award in Breakfast on Pluto.

      • That’s probably the reason. I saw him in Sunshine and was not that impressed.
        Will have to have a proper look at your reviews. I was running out of time yesterday. What did strike me in the interview is the accent. That does suit him so much better than when he tries to get rid of it.

  2. Novroz says:

    He only get rid of the accent in movies, he always speaks in his cork accent outside movies.

    I don’t think he ever going to get rid that thick accent of his, he doesn’t even want to live in Hollywood even though he wants to play more movies there.

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