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A Greyhound of a Girl

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A Greyhound of a Girl“ is a heartwarming animation film directed by Enzo d’Alò. It is based on a novel of the same name by Irish author, Roddy Doyle.

The film follows the story of Mary, a young girl who meets her great-grandmother, Emer, as a ghost. Emer, who was once a lively young girl herself, is now an old lady and has come back to take Mary on a journey to visit her own dying mother, Greta. The journey takes them through time and space as they travel from Ireland to London and back again. Along the way, they meet some interesting characters, including a boy named Karl and a ghostly greyhound.

Enzo d’Alò  -  An Italian animator and director

A Greyhound of a Girl“ is a heartwarming animation film directed by Enzo d’Alò. It is based on a novel of the same name by Irish author, Roddy Doyle.

The film follows the story of Mary, a young girl who meets her great-grandmother, Emer, as a ghost. Emer, who was once a lively young girl herself, is now an old lady and has come back to take Mary on a journey to visit her own dying mother, Greta. The journey takes them through time and space as they travel from Ireland to London and back again. Along the way, they meet some interesting characters, including a boy named Karl and a ghostly greyhound.

The animation style of the film is delightful, with vibrant and colorful visuals that bring the story to life. The characters are all wonderfully crafted, each with their unique quirks and personalities that make them memorable.

What stands out in the film is the emotional depth it explores, especially in the relationship between Mary and Emer. The bond between the two generations is beautifully depicted, and the film delicately handles themes of loss, family, and acceptance.

Overall, „A Greyhound of a Girl“ is a charming and touching animation film that is perfect for all ages. Enzo d’Alò’s direction, combined with Roddy Doyle’s wonderful story, makes for a truly memorable viewing experience that will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy inside.

Director – Enzo d’Alò
Screenplay – Dave Ingham, Enzo d’Alò, based on the novel of the same name by Roddy Doyle
Animation – Iulian Grigoriu
Character Design – Peter de Sève
Editing – Gianluca Cristofari
Music – David Rhodes
Sound – Design Loic Collignon
Production – Design Thomas Von Kummant
Assistant Director – Aline Salvi
Production – Manager Stéphane Cato
Producers – Adrien Chef, Paul Thiltges, Xenia Douglas, Mark Cumberton,
Richard  Gordon, Riina Sildos, Vilnis Kalnaellis, Artur Kubiczek, Guy Collins
Executive Producer – Adrien Chef

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Mia O’Connor (Mary)
Charlene McKenna (Tansey)
Brendan Gleeson (Paddy)
Sharon Horgan (Scarlett)
Rosaleen Linehan (Emer)
Paul Tylak (Dr. Patel)

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