Zoo (2017 film)
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|Directed by||Colin McIvor|
|Written by||Colin McIvor|
|Music by||Mark Thomas|
Wee Buns Films
Ripple World Pictures
|Distributed by||Entertainment One (UK/IRL)|
Samuel Goldwyn Films (USA)
|Country||United Kingdom |
Republic of Ireland
Zoo is a 2018 British and Irish historical war drama film directed and written by Colin McIvor. The film stars Dame Penelope Wilton, Art Parkinson, Toby Jones, Ian O'Reilly, Ian McElhinney, Amy Huberman, and Damian O'Hare. Based on a true story, as the Belfast Blitz ravages the city, a lonely widow and awkward teenager with misfit friends take an elephant named Buster from the city zoo, and hide it behind their row house.
- Art Parkinson as Tom Hall
- Penelope Wilton as Denise Austin
- Toby Jones as Security Guard Charlie
- Ian McElhinney as Mr. Shawcross
- Amy Huberman as Emily Hall
- Ian O’Reilly as Pete
- Emily Flain as Jane Berry
- James Stockdale as Mickey
- Stephen Hagan as Jake McClune
- Glen Nee as Vernon
- Damian O'Hare as George Hall
- Shane McCaffrey as Officer Burland
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