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When Irish fisherman Syracuse finds a woman in his day's catch, his daughter Annie is certain he's trapped a selkie, a mythical half-woman, half-seal. Ondine is certainly mysterious enough, and when she's doing her strange singing Syracuse finds his nets are suddenly full every time, but could her secret be rather more troubling and a little less magical? This mystically inclined and emotionally charged Irish drama lets us juggle the rational and supernatural explanations of what its characters do.
Facing the grim reality of a Dublin Council estate, Tito and Ossie's lives are turned around as their Traveller grandfather brings them a white horse.
7+ years 97 mins
Classic about Kris Kringle, a white-bearded gent whose sanity is questioned when he claims to be the real Santa Claus.
All ages 92 mins
Suicidal Jack befriends an eccentric homeless man who is on a quest for the holy grail, soon discovering that their two predicaments are connected.
14+ years 131 mins
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