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Credited cast:
Cathleen Bradley ...
Aine Quinn
Dawn Bradfield ...
Peter, IRA man
Conor Mullen ...
Warden Mark (as Michael Liebman)
Rob Newman ...
Father McGarry
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Marc O'Shea ...
Ann Bates (as Sarah Boyd-Wilson)


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I wasted 1 1/2 hours of my life - I want them back!
1 October 2005 | by (England) – See all my reviews

Don't waste any time on this pile of cr*p. I only watched it because Robert Newman was in it. I remember him from Mary Whitehouse experience and have seen him do stand up. He was bloody gorgeous (except for when he smelled of cigarettes) and intelligent (Oxbridge educated) but I don't know what he was thinking.

It is not easy watching a film about a group of psychopathic women. They did not win me over or provide any empathy (let alone sympathy)to their cause.

The only one I had empathy for was the girl's mother who did not approve of the IRA. Robert Newman - what were you thinking?

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