The film describes the relationship between a father and his two motherless sons in Ireland, and how it changes when their aunt from London arrives.

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Miriam
Des Cave ...
Frank Murphy
Gary Lydon ...
Con Murphy
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Sarah Clifford
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Mick Clifford
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Michael
Dean Pritchard ...
Jack Murphy
Peter Dix ...
Uncle Jimmy
Ronan Wilmot ...
Mr. Clifford
Pauline Cadell ...
Mrs. Clifford
Frank O'Sullivan ...
Josie O'Connor
Brendan Costelloe ...
Traveller
Frank O'Dwyer ...
Clifford's Friend
Claude Clancy ...
Brendan
Frank Coughlan ...
Labourer
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The film describes the relationship between a father and his two motherless sons in Ireland, and how it changes when their aunt from London arrives.

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Beautifully filmed and wonderfully played
4 January 2001 | by (Leeds, England) – See all my reviews

I saw this film on holiday in Dublin, in October 2000. This is an impressive debut film by Kevin Liddy. It is relevant to past and present Ireland. It is beautifully filmed and the drama is wonderfully played by a talented cast. I was impressed by all the cast but particularly by Gary Lydon and Des Cave. The film examines beautifully the complex relationships between father and sons.


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