The historical context of the Irish Troubles is clearly established at the outset, freeing the intimate details of the story to take shape. This is a family drama shaped by cultural conflict, a commentary on the nature of truth and the secrets we keep. It’s heartfelt, brutal, and riveting.
What I didn't like
It’s all there, go see it!
My overall impression
Intense and lyrical, beautifully written and skillfully performed.