37 Shades Of Tattyreagh Documentary A Commercial Success

funny_valentines_day_cards-4An ambitious project to capture romantic liaisons in Tattyreagh has been hailed as a masterpiece after the documentary ’37 Shades of Tattyreagh’ premiered in Omagh last night. 

Tattyreagh, a sleepy townland on the outskirts of Omagh, has long been hailed as the Tyrone equivalent of the Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival, with countless tales of marital bliss from those born and bred in the area.

In the documentary, Tattyreagh women were asked to describe what a typical romantic clench with their partner would involve, with camera crews capturing the most intimate moments for the director Barry Moran.

Susie McCabe, a 48 year old wax therapist described her bedroom antics:

“At well Pat would come in to the bedroom around 11, covered in engine oil, peel off the dungarees and just say ‘brace yourself, woman‘. It never really veers off that plot-line really. And sure, it works for me. 3 minutes later I’m back to reading The Reader’s Digest and he’s rambling on about clutches and brake pads.”

Although the camera crew caught one of the embraces, their faces were fuzzed out, keeping McCabe’s identity secret.

The women of Tattyreagh were also lauded as romantically up there with the French as fly-on-the-wall cameras caught romantic moments in kitchens and bedrooms up and down the Letfern Road.

One of the most emotional moments involved John Quinn coming home from work with a bunch of 8-day old flowers from a petrol station in order to make amends after their row over a burnt black pudding the morning. With tears in her eyes, as well as in the eyes of the cinema audience, Janet Quinn leads her husband up stairs as the camera fades out. All that can be heard is Mrs Quinn softly saying:

“Lob it into me, boss”

followed by a ‘yahooo’ from her husband, earning a round of applause from last night’s cinema goers.

37 Shades of Tattyreagh can be seen across many cinemas this week in the county, rated 18.

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Posted on February 14, 2015, in Omagh, Tattyreagh and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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