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Drama, Period and Historical
50 years after she was incarcerated in a mental hospital – accused of killing her baby son at birth, a crime for which she has always professed her innocence – an Irish woman writes down her memories in the margins of her Bible. Recounting her story to a psychiatrist, flashbacks detail a love triangle with a fighter pilot and a young priest during World War Two. Adapted from the acclaimed Sebastian Barry novel, this drama brings the difficult themes of mental health, abuse, and human rights to the fore with elegance, adding in layers of old-fashioned sentimentality.
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Epic tale of love, betrayal and guilt which begins in a country house in 1935 and spans several decades.
14+ years 118 mins
Elegant Stephen Poliakoff drama set in the summer before WWII began, in which dark family secrets are connected with the political events of the time.
11+ years 126 mins
A young Irish immigrant starts an exciting new life in 1950s Brooklyn, but soon finds the past catching up with her.
14+ years 107 mins
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