“Written by Gerry Stembridge (Ordinary Decent Criminal, About Adam) The Randomer is a modern Irish comedy about sex, love and procreation.”
Free-spirited Meg thinks she has everything she wants, a great job and a vibrant city life full of trendy bars, cafés and social nightlife. But her life is suddenly turned upside-down when she finds herself needing the one thing that she least expected – a baby. With the clock running out before she hits the dreaded 40, it’s a race against time to find an uncomplicated man for the perfect baby.
With the help of her new lesbian neighbours and her ever pregnant sister Regina, Meg dives headlong into Dublin’s widest selection of cosmopolitan men, determined to find the perfect “Randomer” to fulfill her quest.
If only Meg can avoid the pitfalls of modern dating, she might suddenly discover that the perfect no-strings-attached man isn’t so random. The Randomer is a modern Irish comedy about sex, love and procreation.
The Randomer is the Filmbase Masters students 2016 feature film.
Directors Naji Bechara, Caoimhe Clancy, Iseault Imbert, and cast will attend.
Directors Naji Bechara, Caoimhe Clancy, Iseult Imbert
Cast George Hanover, Daryl McCormack, John Lynn, Nelli Conroy, Caoimhe O Maille
Script Gerry Stembridge
Producer Emma Karlsson, Aisling O’Halloran