God­sil talks bankruptcy in doc­u­men­tary

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COOL­BOY WOMAN Jil­lian God­sil – a can­di­date in the Lo­cal and Euro­pean elec­tions – is to fea­ture in a new doc­u­men­tary dis­cussing the dif­fi­cul­ties she faced when con­fronted by bankruptcy.

The doc­u­men­tary, An Un­com­fort­able Truth, is be­ing filmed by Daragh Mur­phy of Novem­ber Seven Films and David Martin Mur­phy of No La­bels who said the doc­u­men­tary will lay bare the truth be­hind the col­lapse of the Celtic Tiger and tell the story that Europe did not want to hear.

Jil­lian is one of Ire­land's first fe­male bankrupts un­der the new In­sol­vency laws. She lost ev­ery­thing when her busi­ness got into trou­ble and her mar­riage floun- dered. Jil­lian said TV3 has al­ready ex­pressed an in­ter­est in the film and a meet­ing with RTE is also im­mi­nent so it is ex­pected to be broad­cast on tele­vi­sion here in Ire­land and also in Amer­ica.

To pledge sup­port to the fea­ture length doc­u­men­tary log onto http://fun­dit.ie/project/an-un­com­fort­able-truth-the-doc­u­men­tary.

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