This Colin Morgan photo contains
carriageway, revolving door, revolver, and diner.
There might also be
street, city scene, urban setting, sign, poster, text, chalkboard, jail, jailhouse, gaol, clink, slammer, poky, and pokey.
During Ireland’s coldest January for 25 years the last sight local walkers expected to see was a film crew shooting in an exposed Dublin Bay car park. The four-week shoot for Parked kicked off with six days in the coastal car park in the centre of Dublin’s expansive, semicircular bay. The area is essentially industrial, dominated by the two tall chimneys of the electrical power station that are a distinctive landmark of the nation’s capital. Exposed to all of the elements – gale force onshore winds, rain and snow, sand and sleet – it makes for an inhospitable shooting environment,...