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It’s the west coast of Ireland in the 19th century, in the early years of what became known as the Great Hunger.
Fisherman Colman lives modestly on rented land with a wife and child as well as his trustworthy brother Seán.
The looming spectre of the catastrophic potato blight is an already established threat when former soldier Pasty, a mysterious and unpredictable companion, arrives on the scene leading to catastrophe for the family.
“Instinctively the viewer shivers as Colman confronts his fate – rarely has a film felt this chilled to the bone.” – Screen Daily.
Director is Tomás Ó Súilleabháin, Ireland, 2019, 86 mins.
Venue is the Source Arts Centre, Thurles, on Wednesday, February 9 at 8pm. Tickets €9/5.
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