In this Irish-Welsh romantic comedy Ben Jones (Jason Hughes) is a fed-up Welsh lawyer who lives in the shadow of his promiscuous, larger-than-life TV celebrity brother Harry (Michael Sheen). Ben hankers after his lost love, the fiery red-headed Sinead (Angeline Ball), but in a fit of pique decides to accept the marriage proposal from his brow-beating girlfriend Ceri Sian.
Harry decides that he must do something 'good' for his brother - in fact he must bring him back to Ireland where the boys had a great time in their youth. This act of 'generosity', combined with a recce for a future television programme begins a series of events that will change their lives forever but 'in a good way', where everyone gets a second chance, sort of.
Dead Long Enough was nominated for a BAFTA Cyrmu award for Best Film and received the Audience Award at the Cardiff Screen Festival 2005. The film stars Michael Sheen (The Queen, Frost/Nixon), Jason Hughes (Killing Me Softly) and Angeline Ball (The Commitments).
Dead Long Enough was filmed in Ireland and Wales and produced by Paul Donovan and Nerys Lloyd with Michael Casey and James Hawes for Grand Pictures with Boda and Green Park Films, in association with Bord Scannán Na Héireann/Irish Film Board, The Arts Council of Wales and the Northern Ireland Film and Television Commission, Eclipse Pictures, RTE and ITV Wales. The film is distributed by Eclipse Pictures in Ireland and by Media Luna Entertainment worldwide.
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