The Banshees of Inisherin trailer has Colin Farrell questioning, ‘Am I the asshole?’

The first trailer for The Banshees of Inisherin, the primary movie from Martin McDonagh since his Oscar-nominated 2017 crime drama Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, sees the In Bruges director return to Ireland following his brief detour within the American heartland.

The movie stars Colin Farrell as Pádraic, an affable and sort man dwelling on the fictional distant island of Inisherin, whose world is abruptly rocked by his once-close pal Colm’s (Brendan Gleeson) option to sever their friendship. What begins as a minor quibble between outdated mates quickly sufficient sends shockwaves all through the close-knit group, inflicting everybody from Pádraic’s sister Siobhán (Kerry Condon) to the city priest to inquire as to the reason for Colm’s animosity.

The tone of the trailer ought to be acquainted to any fan of McDonagh’s work: tragically comical and darkly witty, full of colourful dialogue and succinctly memorable quips. Barry Keoghan (The Batman, The Killing of a Sacred Deer) makes an look as Dominic, an area policeman’s son who consoles Pádraic, whereas Three Billboards collaborators Ben Davis and Carter Burwell return to contribute the cinematography and rating, respectively, for McDonagh’s newest.

The Banshees of Inisherin will probably be launched in theaters Oct. 21.

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