Nightride starring Moe Dunford
One of the most thrilling and challenging films is one-take cinematic projects. Most recently, 1917 earned Oscars for its cinematography, visual effects, and sound mixing in the long-take production in 2019. Last year, Phil Barantini turned up the kitchen heat with the one-take shot of restaurant drama Boiling Point. Now, one-take thrills are back with Nightride with Moe Dunford of a dealer trying to score one last transaction.
This film will hold you breathless.
Here is the official synopsis:
Nightride is a wry real-time one-shot thriller set on the midnight streets of Belfast. It places us in the driver’s seat with small-time dealer Budge as he tries to pull one last deal with cash borrowed from a dangerous loan shark. When the handover goes catastrophically wrong, Budge finds himself in a race against time to find his missing product and get a new buyer before the loan shark tracks him down.
The film also stars Joana Ribero with Gerard Jordan and Stephen Rea. Stephen Fingleton directed the movie from the script written by Ben Conway.
LRM Online’s Gig Patta spoke with actor Moe Dunford about the challenges and script memorization of this production. He told us about realistically driving around in Belfast and even talked about the real police involvement with a stop.
Moe Dunford is currently seen in Netflix’s horror sequel Texas Chainsaw Massacre. He is best known as Aethelwulf in the series Vikings. Also, he appeared in a regular series role of Detective Sam O’Neill in BBC One’s Dublin Murders. Other projects in his filmography include Patrick’s Day and Rosie.
Nightride is in select theaters and On Demand on Friday, March 4.
Watch the exclusive interview with Moe Dunford below. Let us know what you think of the interview.
Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Brainstorm Media