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Sharon Horgan hopes audiences will watch film she produced in cinemas

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Catastrophe star Sharon Horgan has said that she really wanted people to see the acclaimed Irish movie Herself, which she produced, in cinemas.

The film stars Clare Dunne as a single mother who attempts to build herself and her children a home in a friend’s garden with help from a multitude of acquaintances. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2020, just before the world shut down due to Covid and Sharon admits that it was an emotional night.

“There was a lot of crying I mean it was so extraordinary when the first reviews c

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