10 years later, the stars and director talk about their favourite memories of making In Bruges
"It's not ten years, is it??"
Yep, Colin, it has been just about an entire decade since one of the best Irish movies ever made was released.
First premiered in Ireland as part of the Dublin International Film Festival in February 2008, before going on to get a general Irish release on 7 March, the movie quickly became a modern favourite for comedy fans, and has proven to be endlessly quotable ever since.
Over the last few months, we here in JOE and Her had the opportunity to catch up with the folks involved: Colin Farrell while he was promoting The Killing Of A Sacred Deer, Brendan Gleeson chatting about Paddington 2, and writer/director Martin McDonagh talking all things Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.
When we say down for the interviews, we had to ask them what their favourite memories of In Bruges are in the lead up the movie's first major anniversary, and everyone involved had some seriously lovely stuff to say.
There is also a mention by McDonagh of the trio working on a new movie in the new-too-distant future.
Watch this space... (and also this video)