DON'T GO

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Don’t Go is a 2018 psychological thriller film starring Stephen Dorff and Melissa George as Ben and Hazel, a couple who are devastated by the death of their daughter in a car accident. They move to a seaside house in Galway in Ireland, hoping to start a new life, but Ben becomes obsessed with a recurring dream that he believes can bring his daughter back. As he tries to unravel the mystery of his dream, he risks losing his sanity and his wife.

The film was directed by David Gleeson, who co-wrote the screenplay with Ronan Blaney. It was produced by Nathalie Lichtenthaeler and Jacqueline Kerrin, with funding from the Irish Film Board and Screen Ireland. The film premiered at the Galway Film Fleadh in July 2018 and was released in select theaters and on demand in October 2018.

One of the most striking aspects of the film is its use of Galway as a filming location. The film was shot entirely on location in Spiddal in Co. Galway. Scenes included Spiddal Pier, where Ben meets a mysterious fisherman who gives him clues about his dream; Spiddal Beach, where Ben and Hazel have a romantic picnic; and Tully Strand, where Ben finds a mysterious stone circle that resembles the one in his dream. The film also showcases the natural beauty of Connemara, with its rugged landscapes, rolling hills and scenic lakes.

The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences, with some praising its performances, atmosphere and cinematography, and others criticizing its plot, pacing and ending.

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Spiddal (Various Scenes)

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