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Actor Brendan Gleeson signs autographs at the ‘Calvary’ premiere during 64th Berlinale International Film Festival earlier this month. Photograph: Getty

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Brendan Gleeson on the red carpet at the opening night of Jameson Dublin International Film Festival. His film Calvary launched  the festival last night. Photograph: Aidan Crawley 1:58

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Mr Charles Haughey flanked by photographers at a press conference in Dublin, following his acquittal in the Arms Trial in October 1970. Photograph: The Irish Times

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