Dir. Mike Ahern and Enda Loughman, Ireland, 2019, 94 min
Rose (Maeve Higgins) is a driving instructor who bears the unenviable ability of being able to communicate with the dead. Despite being encouraged by her huckster father, she now shuns any pleas to make contact with the spirit world. There is a sense that Rose may live a
lonely life, but also feels no shame in her own eccentricity. Then a possibility of companionship announces itself when she takes on Martin (Barry Ward) as a student. He seems nice enough, but he has an ulterior motive. He and his daughter are plagued by a deceased, though still naggy, wife and mother. Rose eventually agrees to take on the task of tackling her for them and re-engages with her lifelong struggle.
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