Would you believe an Irish soap opera starring French, American, and British actors made in English by a French director? No? You're right. There's little to believe in this well-shot picture that goes far beyond drama into postured playing by almost everyone concerned. When Ireland
announced that artists would pay no income taxes, it attracted a great many famous authors and others like Fred Forsythe, John Huston, and even Leslie Bricusse. With that in mind, consider the episodic plot of this film. Noiret is a French author living in Ireland who makes friends with American
Albert. Albert has come to Ireland after an incident in his life that killed his girl friend...