In 1845 a fisherman-farmer in Connemara watches as the Great Famine descends on his community. One fateful night he confronts his landlord about raising the rent while the potato blight is causing crops to fail, and when the evening ends in violence, he is forced to go on the run for a crime he didn’t commit.While his people are starving, he loses hope in living, until a life-saving friendship develops with a young girl. In Irish with English subtitles. Director Tom Sullivan (Ireland 2019) 86 min.
EXTRA CONTENT: A special pre-recorded conversation with director Tom Sullivan and actor Dónall Ó Héalai
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