A cult film about three sisters dancing on a beach in a remote village is about to open in cinemas in the UK.
The Dancers of Dungarvan, which is directed by John Waters and written by Stephen Tapp, tells the story of three sisters who find themselves on the brink of disaster when their island island becomes engulfed by a mysterious sea monster.
It is an homage to the classic fairy tale ‘Dancing of the Swans’ by Margaret Mitchell and is a retelling of the story, according to The Irish News.
It was made by the Dancers’ own production company, The Dancers, and the production is expected to open on Thursday.
It will be released on the Dingle island and is expected also to open elsewhere in Ireland.