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16-09-2020, 11:10   #106
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Day Lewis never sought for such publicity . He’d find it ghastly

It’s the hyperbole that makes me laugh . The media , many of whom know sfa about the GAA especially underage , where telling anyone who’d listen that he was a GAA star . Lol. Yes, making minors for the county is a big deal but it doesn’t make ya a star
I would say it's contractual for him to do interviews etc when promoting tv shows etc.
I haven't seen any sign he courts publicity at all
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16-09-2020, 13:21   #107
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mescal represents what is lovely about decent irishmen / not the drug dealers of Love/hate. He is handsome charming and genuine. Sadly our new society finds these men fighting for their lives in a terribly changed ireland. The irish women should support their own and stop going after the exotics they wont be faithful or kind . Irish men are lovely and should be loved and respected.
Actually the men fighting for their lives in this decade are manly rugged men who are a bit of a character and someone with their own opinions (a bit wooo , a bit waayyy - Fast Show joke) These days if they say or do anything wrong it’s cancel culture for them

Only soy boys and simps survive

Genuine ? Kinda hard to figure that out from any actor since they are playing someone else

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16-09-2020, 16:01   #108
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He's considered a 9/10 in Ireland...
No he isn’t!
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16-09-2020, 20:16   #109
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you can read someone by their eyes he has kind eyes there is no aggression in them. He is a normal man so rare these days!
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17-09-2020, 00:37   #110
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you can read someone by their eyes he has kind eyes there is no aggression in them. He is a normal man so rare these days!
A normal man?



Oh, Normal People, I see what you mean.
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17-09-2020, 00:56   #111
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you can read someone by their eyes he has kind eyes there is no aggression in them. He is a normal man so rare these days!
Jeez that's a low bar you are setting for contemporary men.
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17-09-2020, 00:58   #112
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To be fair if your doing English in Trinity and your missus is doing ( I cant remember ) in Trinity , Your out look and summer holiday preferences are different to a bunch of lads doing apprenticeships working on building sites ,

That's just life,
Hardly Normal People then eh? Full of sh1te of you ask me. And I actually studied in Trinity.
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That's not how you judge acting. Do you not think there was acting in silent films then? Have a look at the performances of old ones. Or watch The Artist for a more modern take.

He's received praise for his portrayal of a troubled person and he delivered a lot more dialogue then you said.

I thought he was excellent and his scene with the psychiatrist was powerful and showed his talent.
In silent films the actors were very expressive and there were boards explaining what they were saying. She was constantly whinging and he just brooded most of the time, expressionless. His mother was the only real character in it.
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