Twenty years ago, Tony Egan's sister went to America. Nobody ever heard of her again. But now, the message of her death arrives in her town of birth. Only days later, her only son Chad arrives, too. Obviously, his mother took an African-American husband. Soon, Chad falls for Aislin, who has a bit of a crush on him too. But there is an old conflict going on between her father and Chad's uncle. This conflict resurfaces and begins to draw circles, wider and wider.
Julian Reischl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
They're worlds apart, but closer than anyone could believe.
Did You Know?
When Rachel (Lorraine Pilkington) tries on her boots at the bar, two older men ogle her legs, while she slides them on. Peter (Luke Griffin) exclaims that she'd give the two lads a heart attack. Rachel replies, "Well at least they'll die smiling", before lifting up a slither of her skirt to show more leg. Jimmy Keogh, who portrayed one of the older men, portrayed the title character in Waking Ned Devine (1998), who died smiling from the shock of having a winning lottery ticket. See more