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Coinciding with the funeral, a minute’s silence was observed at all Bus Éireann locations nationwide and flags at the Broadstone head office in Dublin flew at half-mast.
The movie was screened at the Cannes Festival in the spring of 2015, but was banned in Nabil Ayouch's homeland Morocco.
Tunisia was the first Arab nation to screen the film in November and levels of public interest have been high.
The President and Taoiseach were represented by their aides de camp, while the Chairman of Bus Eireann, Aidan Murphy and Chief Executive Martin Nolan also attended.
The CEO of the Irish Muslim Peace and Integration Council was present to pay his respects.
During an extended stay in Tunisia, they carried out research into the subject of prostitution and drew on their findings to develop the installation "Grande Maison".
"In violation of moral and religious values": the Moroccan government banned screenings of Nabil Ayouch′s film "Much Loved" in May 2015, saying it would damage the Kingdom′s reputation.
Prayers were said for all who had suffered in the Tunisian tragedy.
At the conclusion of Mass, Larry’s brother, Michael Hayes thanks all who had helped the family through the difficult days of the last week.
“They loved their new house, their life together and their darling daughter, Sinead.
Ni fheicfimid a leitheid aris ann”, he added to an ovation from the congregation.
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