It’s inspired by one of the most infamous crime stories in post-war Italy.
Now you can be the first to watch Dogman, the story of a 27-year-old dog groomer driven to commit an extraordinary act of violence, at the Triskel on Sunday, October 14th.
The film will be screened in Cork as part of European Art Cinema Day, which sees 600 theatres all over Europe join forces to celebrate arthouse cinema.
The Triskel is the only cinema in Ireland to be taking part, marking the event with a screening of Dogman followed by a live streamed Q&A from the London Film Festival, where it receives its UK Premiere at BFI Southbank with director Matteo Garrone and lead Marcello Fonte in attendance.
Tickets for the 5pm show on Sunday are €9 here.
In the meantime here’s the trailer: