AN Irish comedy-drama is the latest offering from Keighley Film Club.

Roise & Frank features Brid Ni Neachtain as a widow who has given up on life, but becomes convinced that a stray dog is the reincarnation of her husband.

The film has been given a 100 per cent rating by the online review site Rotten Tomatoes.

"Roise has difficulty managing to cope with Frank's loss but when a stray lurcher-terrier turns up on her doorstep – seemingly familiar with Frank's favourite armchair and the route of his morning walk – she starts to treat the dog as a reincarnation of her husband," says Alan Watkinson, for the film club.

"This isn't a film about magic or spirituality, but it does contain a message that bereavement can be a very personal issue.

"It has a touch of the supernatural in an honest, warm-hearted, eccentric way.

"The Gaelic film comedy, with English sub-titles, is directed by Rachael Moriarty and Peter Murphy."

Roise & Frank has a running time of 90 minutes, and is rated PG.

The film club screening is at Keighley Picture House, in North Street, on Sunday, April 16.

Doors open at 5.35pm, and the screening starts at 6pm.