It's Handy When People Don't Die

“Following on from the McArdle brothers' Kinkisha, their second film is a further exploration of mythology. This time it is more directly grounded in the historical events before and during the 1798 Rising. A young man stays behind in a valley, now populated by the women, a cripple, and the children, while the men fight in the Rising.” --Kevin Rockett

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