Easily one of the most well-known Irish films ever made, Intermission's one of those films that everybody knows or has seen at least once. Cillian Murphy plays a shiftless Dubliner who begins a trial separation from his girlfriend, Kelly MacDonald. She starts up a relationship with Michael McElhatton, who's a bank manager that she works with. Meanwhile, Murphy crosses paths with a unhinged criminal who's come up with a way to make some money - robbing said bank manager's branch. Directed by John Crowley, who'd go on to direct Saoirse Ronan in Brooklyn and Colin Farrell in True Detective, Intermission is an Irish classic. Highly recommended.