McDonagh follows In Bruges with Seven Psychopaths


Six years ago Irish playwright Martin McDonagh won an Oscar for his short film Shooter. He followed up this success with the black comedy In Bruges about two hit-men who are forced to hide out in the city after a job gone wrong.

The film has since gone on to earn a cult following and earned McDonagh an Oscar nomination for its screenplay.

His latest film Seven Psychopaths is an altogether more star studded affair and promises more dark and violent comedy.

Al Moloney spoke to director Martin McDonagh about the film.

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