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Martin McDonagh is an Irish playwright and screenwriter who is considered to be one of Ireland’s most important contemporary voices. McDonagh is known for his unique mix of black comedy and horrific violence, and is often compared to filmmakers Quentin Tarantino and Sam Peckinpah. As a playwright, McDonagh’s cunning use of language and unique storytelling style could be compared to Harold Pinter. McDonagh’s use of satire is no-holds-barred: the butts of his jokes range from Irish Catholicism to pedophiles to nationalism to the IRA. His play, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, was considered so

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