R | | Comedy, Drama
Alfie Byrne is a middle-aged bus conductor in Dublin in 1963. He would appear to live a life of quiet desperation: he's gay, but firmly closeted, and his sister is always trying to find him... See full summary »
The Bus Depot film location was the Broadstone Dublin Bus Depot, in Dublin 7, Ireland. Formerly, the Broadstone Railway Terminus, prior to the de-commissioning of the Great Western Railway line, and it being used as a Bus Depot, in the mid 2010s, the forecourt was completed demolished to accommodate the Luas Cross City tram Stop and route passing what would later become the new consolidated DIT Grangegorman university campus. By coincidence, the former "mental hospital" land adjacent to Broadstone Depot, that would later become the DIT Student Accommodation site, was used as a backlot to build the (geographically inaccurate) O'Connell Street/GPO exterior set for Neil Jordan's "Michael Collins".
You see, it was a Friday the thirteenth. I remember warning you about that at the time. Friday the thirteenth... It's an old theatrical tradition, like Hamlet.
Alfie Byrne: What are you talking about, Ward?
Christy Ward: They never go up on a Friday the thirteenth. And they ...
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