Colm Meaney Struggles With His pride As he Stars In Another Drama Film Entitled Parked

Colm Meaney Struggles With His pride As he Stars In Another Drama Film Entitled Parked

Colm Meaney has a significant career contribution in the film industry respectively. He has been a part of many great hit movies including The Snapper, Die Hard 2, Under Siege, The Last of the Mohicans, Con Air, The Damned United, Law Abiding Citizen, and many more. Now, he is set to star in another drama film entitled Parked which will certainly become another hit foreign movie this year. Colm Meaney might not be a widely famous actor but he certainly does his part like a star without a doubt.

Fred, who lives a quit and dull life is isolated from other people but needs to improve his life if he ever wants to a part of society. He has been living in his car ever since but struggles to get back on the right track. In the most unlikely moments, Fred meets Cathal who is a drug addict with a positive attitude. They both help each other into changing their lives in the best ways possible sharing laughs and hardships all together. Working out his issues, Fred forms a romantic relationship with Jules whom he has been dating as a part of his positive change. As these three people draw closer to each other, they all find out interesting things about each other but try to help out in changing their lives for the better.

Parked is a drama film which is scheduled to be released this coming November 30, 2012. It is brought to us by Olive Films and is directed by Darragh Byrne. This engaging film stars Colm Meaney, Colin Morgan, Milka Ahlroth, Stuart Graham, and Michael McElhatton. Parked certainly is a wonderful film to watch that can reflect many people lives today in the modern world. This film is surely a must see as many people can relate to this as well as enjoy a good movie with a good story.

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