He received the British Independent Film Award for his performance.One year after his success at the Cannes Film Festival with Hunger, he appeared in two films.
I suspect Zoe and Fassy were living together in her NYC apartment too.
For the former, he received Academy Award, BAFTA, Golden Globe and SAG nominations.
In 2015, he produced the western Slow West, in which he also starred.
He was also seen in early 2004 in a Guinness television commercial, The Quarrel, playing a man who swims across the ocean from Ireland to apologise personally to his brother in New York; along with his production company.
He appeared in Angel (UK title: The Real Life of Angel Deverell), about the rise and fall of an eccentric young British writer (played by Romola Garai) in the early 20th century.