The movie is an attempt to re-create a traditional Irish ghost story, with the same emphasis on authenticity and realism.
It stars Liam Neeson, James McAvoy, Olivia Colman, Emma Thompson and Daniel Radcliffe, and is directed by Steven Spielberg.
A documentary about the movie, Ghosts of the Irish Sea, was shown at the Sundance Film Festival last month.
It is a collaboration between the Irish Independent Film Festival and the Guinness World Records.
A video of the film is now online, showing the actors in scenes from the movie and some of the production crew.
It features footage of a scene in which a group of young men are seen dancing around a boat.
A few scenes in the film are also narrated by a voiceover from the film’s director.
A trailer was also made for the film.
The trailer says the film “shows how people can be transformed into ghosts and spirits”.
The documentary follows a group from a rural community in northern Ireland who travel to the city of New York to meet a man who claims to have a ghostly wife.
“There is something about the way they were brought up,” says actor Matthew McConaughey, who plays the husband of the woman who claims she is possessed by the ghost.
“It was a real shock to be brought up in the culture that you’re living in now.
It was a very strange place, a very different kind of world to where I grew up.”
The film also features interviews with people who have interacted with the man in question, including a man whose family moved to the US from Ireland.
The film was shown in the US at Sundance last month, and a documentary about it was released on Friday.
It’s been criticised by some of its critics, who claim it portrays the Irish in a stereotypical way.
The Irish Independent newspaper published a scathing article about the film in July.
It said: “The film, Ghosts, casts a wide net in trying to portray the Irish as a stereotypical, uncultured, and unrepresentative bunch of people.
In reality, however, the film shows that the Irish are not just outsiders to this country, they are the closest thing the country has to the native population.”
It also said: The Irish people were also the first to be told of the existence of a supernatural entity known as the ‘Ghost’ and, in the case of the ‘Irish Sea’, the Ghost was an Irish woman.
“If this film was produced by the US government and then smuggled out of Ireland, the consequences would be far worse than it seems,” the article said.
The movie was criticised by others as being a “gimmick”.
“The only people who will watch this movie are people who think it’s some sort of parody, a ‘gimmicky’ film,” Irish Independent columnist Paul McGann wrote.
The director of the documentary told the Irish Times: “We want people to know that we’re not the ones who invented this.”