A gigantic white stallion appears mysteriously to a Traveller grandfather and his two grandsons in an Irish slum. Since, puzzlingly, the younger of the two boys is the only individual who can control the horse, ownership falls to him and his older brother by default. There being no place for the animal, they move him into the apartment of their alcoholic Traveller father. Police remove him and, in a shady deal, he ends up under control of a wealthy, underhanded horse breeder. The boys manage to retrieve him and escape on his back, but the stallion seems to have his own travelling agenda. Written by
Accused of a crime they didn't commit, two city kids and a magical horse are about to become the coolest outlaws ever to ride Into The West.
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Did You Know?
Ellen Barkin and Gabriel Byrne were married to each other when the film was made. See more
The photograph of Mary Riley shown at the beginning is larger and more widely framed (showing much of the front of her caravan) than the "same" picture shown at the end (showing only Mary and her baby in the door). See more
[to his son
You're not gonna return there again. You have to pretend your name is Murphy. Do you understand that?
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