John Crowley (born 1969) is an Irish television, theatre and film director. He is perhaps best known for his feature film debut Intermission (2003). Crowley earned a B.A. in philosophy from University College Cork.
Crowley became involved in theatre as a student, seeing it as a stepping stone to directing film. He began directing plays in Dublin in the early 90s, reached London’s West End by 1996 and eventually become an associate director at the Donmar Warehouse. In 2000, he directed Come and Go as part of the Beckett on Film series and made his feature debut Intermission (2003) a comedy drama set in Dublin, starring Colin Farrell, Cillian Murphy and Kelly MacDonald, based on a screenplay by playwright Mark O’Rowe.
In May 2005 Crowley, along with Danny Boyle, launched the UK Film Council Development Fund’s “25 Words or Less: Director’s Cut” scheme to develop a feature film project, stating that he wanted particularly to “create a contemporary ‘rebirth’ or… read more
I think it questions the whole idea of rehab/punishment system and puts a serious problem regarding public surveillance through media, cctv, photos and all that. Not to mention friendship based on identity. "This is the end of line, darling. For a moment I thought you were dead."
Very well done character study. I was also surprised that they went so dark for the Peter Parker origin story. And making him British? Wow. Ballsy.
This film can show you that an evil person can overcome a rehab, the sympathy for the main character is unavoid, all his problems make us think twice after make a judgement. The directed and sequences are amazing, i love it.
Boy A adalah sebuah film drama asal Inggris yang disutradarai oleh John Crowley. Naskah film ini sendiri diadaptasi dari sebuah novel sukses karya Jonathan Trigell yang berjudul sama, dan terinspirasi… read review