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Irish Film Days - Let the Wrong One In

Let the Wrong One In saw the Embassy concluding its series of the Irish Film Days Series at Spazju Kreattiv in Valletta. This series was announced by President Michael D. Higgins during his State Visit to Malta in May this year.

All screenings are free of charge and have been organised in collaboration with the Irish Film Institute, Culture Ireland, Arts Council Ireland, and Spazju Kreattiv – Malta's Centre for Creativity.

The first film screening was preceded by an introduction and welcome to by Ambassador Caroline Whelan, as her first official event since becoming Ambassador of Ireland to Malta. 

Let the Wrong One In follows young supermarket worker Matt, who is a little too nice for his own good. When he discovers that his older, estranged brother Deco has turned into a vampire, he’s faced with a dilemma: Will he risk his own life to help his sibling, with blood being thicker than water? Or will he stake him before he spreads the infection further? The film stars upcoming Irish talent Karl Rice and Eoin Duffy, along with ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ icon Anthony Head, in the role of Henry; a taxi driver with a sideline in vampire hunting.

The Embassy was delighted that this film, which was screened around Hallow'een season, was very well received by the audience. Watch the Embassy's social media accounts for information on future events. 



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