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Time Out says

One dark night in Belfast, 1975. Trapped on the wrong side of the sectarian divide, Liam (Lynch) finds himself at the mercy of a Loyalist paramilitary group, while his young daughter roams the streets looking for him. Confidently mounted by O'Sullivan, working in a very different register from his mainstream feature debut, December Bride, this humanist drama is engaging enough, and very well acted with a tooth-and-nails psycho turn from Ian Hart, but it's too schematic, one of those films where you can read the third act in the first ten minutes.
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1995

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85 mins

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