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    When the cast and crew of Star Wars: The Last Jedi returned to Ireland, they headed straight to Skellig Michael in County Kerry, where Rey finally discovered Luke. But this didn't signal the end of the Irish Star Wars journey. The location scouts were so taken with the Wild Atlantic Way, locations from Cork and Kerry to Clare and Donegal were also handpicked to appear in the movie. And so, cast and crew made the western edge of Ireland their home during filming. And the locals? Well, they were delighted the jedi were coming to town!

    When filming at Skellig Michael wrapped, the crew headed to Malin Head in Donegal – Ireland's most northerly point, on the Inishowen Peninsula. Hugh Farren, proprietor of Farren's Bar, recalls the visit well: 'It was unbelievable that Star Wars was filming a mile and a half away from us. The buzz that we had for the month was surreal'. Naturally, Hugh wanted to mark the occasion, so he painted a mural of Yoda on the side of his pub.

    Go mbeidh an fórsa leat! — May the force be with you!

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