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In this tough and brutal documentary Donal Macintyre captures the events surrounding Dominic Noonan as he's released from prison and tries to gain control of his criminal empire. But trouble is never far away from the Noonan clan and he's soon back behind bars. Written by Anonymous

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Not worth watching.
6 December 2013 | by (Edinburgh, UK) – See all my reviews

This is a bit of a waste of time to be honest. A good chunk of the film is simply a rehash of events from the first film which itself was only okay.

There is little further insight into Lattlay-Fottfoy although some of the characters around him are allowed to speak a little about their upbringing.

I have no idea why the once good Donal MacIntyre wanted to make this, I can only assume money which surely wasn't megabucks considering few people seem to know about the 1st one.

The only reason I watched it until the end was to produce this review. Avoid.


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