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Edith preferred Bunmahon because she had an eye for the cottages that were left empty now by the miners, having to leave. [...] That appealed to her: the wildness of the place, and the tumbled down look of it. And she just pictured them exactly.– Local Jim Cullinan
It was like I had come back home full-circle to my childhood again ... we were welcomed with such hospitality and friendship. It was like meeting old friends again.– Michael Heath on filming in Ireland (his father is from Ireland)
... a beautiful sequel to his film biography of Edith Collier, Village by the Sea, travelling to the Irish village where Collier produced some of her best work. [...] Gorgeous painting after painting is reproduced, in a duet with the slow exquisite soaking up of the landscape of Stephen Latty’s camera.– Mark Amery, Dominion Post, 2 August 2012