Director: Yann Demange; screenplay: Gregory Burke; cinematography: Anthony «Tat» Radcliffe; editing: Chris Wyatt; music: David Holmes; production design: Chris Oddy; producers: Angus Lamont, Robin Gutch; production companies: Crab Apple Films, Warp Films; Italian distribution: Good Films; running time: 100’
Cast: Jack O’Connell, Paul Anderson, Richard Dormer, Sean Harris, Barry Keoghan, Martin McCann, Charlie Murphy, Sam Reid, Killian Scott, David Wilmot, Valene Kane, Paul Kennedy, Liam McMahon
Belfast, 1971. A blood-drenched Northern Ireland at the height of the Troubles. Catholic Nationalists and Protestant Loyalists are fighting each other in the streets, shooting, detonating car bombs. The two sides attract paramilitary troops, irregulars, and criminals. Gary is one of the recruits of Her Majesty’s Armed Forces patrolling the streets of the capital. During a clash, he finds himself behind enemy lines. The night quickly turns into a nightmare, and Gary is forced to face that special brand of terror and anguish generated by fratricidal hatred.