A young family is rendered homeless when their landlord sells their house in this drama from Paddy Breathnach (Viva), starring Sarah Greene (TV's Rebellion) and Moe Dunford (Patrick's Day).
"When their landlord sells their rental home, Rosie (Greene), John Paul (Dunford), and their young family find themselves homeless. With their essential belongings crammed into their car, they begin the daily search for a place to sleep. While John Paul works kitchen shifts, Rosie drives the older kids to and from school, where shame keeps them from confessing the desperation of their situation. Old emotional wounds prevent Rosie from accepting her mother’s offer to put up the kids, so the family is reduced to roaming the city daily, uncertain as to which — if any — hotel will accept the Dublin City Council credit card they’re dependent on to provide them with lodging." (Toronto International Film Festival)
Director: Paddy Breathnach ('I Went Down', 'Viva', 'Freakdog')
Writer: Roddy Doyle
Cast: Sarah Greene, Moe Dunford, Ellie O'Halloran, Darragh Mckenzie, Ruby Dunne, Molly McCann, Natalia Kostrzewa, Killian Coyle
2018, Rating: PG, Coarse language, 86 mins,
Drama, World Cinema