Good Favour

A young man stumbles out of the woods, wounded and desperate. A village of devout Christians welcomes him with open arms, nursing him back to health and giving him a place to stay. They don't know who he is or where he came from, and the children in the village follow him closely, as if he possessed some magical powers. Is he a force for good? Or is he a malevolent spirit tasked with punishing them for their sins and hypocrisy? These questions hang in the air in Rebecca Daly's Good Favour. Daly succeeds at imagining the hardship and tarnished idealism of a religious community. (Scott Tobias, Variety)

Director's Biography
Rebecca Daly
Rebecca studied theatre at Trinity College and completed an MA in film (DIT). Her first short, “Joyriders” (2006), funded by the Irish Film Board, won the IFTA for Best Short and several international awards. Her first feature, “The Other Side Of Sleep”, premiered in Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival and in the Discovery section of Toronto International Film Festival (2011).

Film Selection: Good Favour (2017) — Mammal (2016) — The Other Side Of Sleep (2011) — Joyriders (2006, short)
European Panorama Fiction 2018
Rebecca Daly
Ireland / Belgium / Netherlands / Denmark 2017
100 minutes
Screenplay Rebecca Daly, Glenn Montgomery
Cinematography Tibor Joris Dingelstad
Editing Tony Cranstoun
Music Rutger Reinders
With Vincent Romeo, Lars Brygmann, Clara Rugaard, Alexandre Willaume, Victoria Mayer, Helena Coppejans
Producer(s) John Keville, Conor Barry, Benoit Roland, Marleen Slot
Savage Productions, Wrong Men, Final Cut for Real, Viking Film Company
Austrian Premiere
Weltpremiere / World Premiere
Toronto International Film Festival 2017

Premierenstatus / Premiere Status
Austrian Premiere