A time for reflection
Directed by Robert Higgins, Patrick McGivney
Certificate 15, 100 minutes
Released 05 May
We plan our lives, or not, and they proceed, and everything’s hunky dory. Or sometimes things come out of nowhere and throw us for six. And then, no matter how seemingly impossible, we have to deal with those things. As part of the whole deal of being human.
A small, Irish town. Cian (Éanna Hardwicke) is a young man in his early twenties who works on his dad’s farm. He also plays Irish football, which like many team sports demands a level of dedication, and often goes out with mates to pubs and clubs. One night, at a club, he gets into an argument with a stranger over a girl. It’s not really anything of significance; boys, as they say, will be boys.
What happens next is a whole other deal, though… [Read the rest at Reform magazine.]
Read my alternative, less religious review on this site.