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Irish Embassy In U.S. Hilariously Roasts Bad Accents After Trailer For 'Wild Mountain Thyme' Drops

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The Irish embassy in the US joked that Emily Blunt and Jamie Dornan present “a remarkably realistic depiction" of Irish people in the trailer for their new film Wild Mountain Thyme.

“We are a beautiful people," they added.

The film, written and directed by John Patrick Shanley, also stars Jon Hamm and Christopher Walken and tells a love story set against the landscapes of rural Ireland.

Dornan and Blunt play star-crossed lovers Anthony and Rosemary, whose families are caught up in a feud over a hotly contested patch of land that separates their two farms.

Anthony spends most of his time working in the fields, worn down by constant belittling, following his father's threat to bequeath the family farm to his American cousin, Adam.

Rosemary appears to hold a grudge for having been shamed by Anthony in childhood, but her mother, Aoife, strives to unite the families before it is too late.

Before they can face their feelings, Adam arrives to romance Rosemary with a trip to New York.

The accents in the trailer have been met with some confusion, with the Irish embassy in Washington DC sharing the trailer on Twitter.

“To be fair, Irish accents are hard (we struggle with them at times). But otherwise #WildMountainThyme looks great," they wrote.

“And, in Jamie Dornan & Emily Blunt, presents a remarkably realistic depiction, visually at least, of the average Irish man & woman. Truly, we are a beautiful people," they continued.

Many agreed and shared their own experience with accents.



They also highlighted other aspects of the movie.

“There's fashion police. Grammar police. We even have airport police," Dublin Airport's official Twitter feed said.

“Is there such a thing as accent police? If so, somebody better call 'em. On the upside, Ireland looks nice."

Many want to see talented Irish actors in the big screen!

Regardless, you know we'll be watching the movie as soon as it's out.