For the second time this season, Irish acting heavyweight Brendan Gleeson will make an appearance at NVIT on Monday.

This time, Gleeson stars as Father James Lavelle in Calvary, a 2014 mystery set in Ireland.

Directed by John Michael McDonagh (who also worked with Gleeson on the 2011 comedic cop thriller The Guard), Calvary tells the story of an Irish priest whose life is threatened during confession by one of his small-town parishioners.

Lavelle spends the next week rethinking his impact on life in the coastal town, visiting with local people and calmly listening to their troubles, seemingly more concerned for their fate than his own.

But not everything is as it seems in the little village, the benevolent priest quickly learns.

Calvary is the sixth and final film in the Nicola Valley Film Society’s 2014-15 season. Gleeson also starred in the second film of the season, the English remake of Québécois original The Grand Seduction, which showed in October.

Tickets are $5 at the door and the movie begins at 7 p.m. on March 9 in the NVIT lecture theatre.