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Continue: The 33 - Clips For most people in the modern world, they don't need to think about the consequences of modern day living, it's hard to think that people still need to mine land physically and often in treacherous conditions.

In 2010 the world was reminded of just how risky that job can be.

Director Patricia Riggen's The 33 was filmed with the cooperation of the miners and tells their story from 700 meters underground.

The 33 is Patricia Riggen's first major directorial role, though in 2012 she shot Girl In Progress starring Eva Mendes.

The film is a based on the recent mining catastrophe which happened in Chile in 2010.

Rose must use all the power that she has developed to defend Lissa from certain death - running away is not an option, having tried and failed once already.

I have realised subsequently that I didn't have one at all. But I did believe at the time in this notion that you were being called." [ [ with the famous Stella Maris Football Club in Drumcondra and has fond memories of his time spent there.

Career Byrne worked in archaeology when he left UCD but maintained his love of his language, writing the first drama in Irish, ", when it began broadcasting in 1996.

When he finally found acting aged 29, he began his career on stage with the He became a patron of Croi (The West of Ireland Cardiology Foundation) in 1997 in response to the superb care given to his mother while she was a patient in a Galway hospital, and has worked tirelessly for the Foundation since. Although the actor is noted as a fiercely private person, he released a documentary for the 20th Galway Film Fleadh in the summer of 2008 called "Stories from Home"; an intimate portrait about his life.

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