A fast and bloody ride through the embattled streets of Belfast, 1975. Irish cinematographer turned director Thaddeus O'Sullivan once again turns his attention to Irish Protestants (the community profiled in his well-received, turn of the century drama
DECEMBER BRIDE, only this time the setting is a bit more volatile. Just as the barricades separating Protestant sections of town from Catholic are about to come down, an IRA bomb goes off in a Protestant pub. Twenty-four hours of street violence and bloody mayhem follow, destroying the lives of
three friends: Kenny (James Frain), the leader of a Protestant Loyalist paramilitary squad; Ginger (Ian Hart), Kenny's ultra...