A Bizzare Headline, probably this Comment will create more PR Headlines, a Wise way of gathering the Audience for the Documentary on Ian Bailey next Spring.Somebody is making Money here???

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For a long time I felt terrible about being around Ian Bailey’ – filmmaker Jim Sheridan on Sophie Toscan du Plantier documentary

Jim Sheridan has secured Ian Bailey’s help for his five-part documentary on Sophie Toscan du Plantier, writes Niamh Horan

Jim Sheridan at home in Ballsbridge. Photo by Steve
              Humphreys

Jim Sheridan at home in Ballsbridge. Photo by Steve Humphreys  

November 22 2020 02:30 AM





Ian Bailey sits alone in his garden shed. His face looks haunted, his appearance dishevelled. He stares into a camera, takes a long sip of red wine and begins to talk.

“This is Ian Bailey interviewing Ian Bailey…” he says. “Hello Ian.”

The idea for the confessional-style diary was Jim Sheridan’s. Last year, the three-time-Oscar-nominated director gave Bailey a hand-held camera and encouraged the man arrested twice over the west Cork murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier to unburden himself. The results were better than Sheridan expected.

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