WHO’S IN IT?
Bronagh Gallagher (The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society), Lola Petticrew (film debut), Mary Moulds (Bloody Sunday), Dan Gordon (Wake Wood), Andy Doherty (Requiem for a Fighter), Zara Devlin (film debut), Gerard Jordan (’71), Paddy C. Courtney (The O’Briens), Brendan Farrell (film debut), Aimee McGoldrick (Life and Other Disappointments), Meghan Reid (The Murder Game), Dylan Reid (film debut), Conor Torbitt (film debut), Peter Young (film debut), Gerard Bell (Stoned)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Shelly Love (film debut), director; Tess McGowan (film debut), writer; Louise Gallagher (Made in Belfast), producer; Die Hexen (film debut), composer; Mark McCauley (Battle of the Bogside), cinematographer; Helen Sheridan (The Good Man), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Pamela (Gallagher), a 44-year-old fun-loving single mother, unexpectedly becomes pregnant following a one-night stand with a man half her age. Her teenage daughter Allegra (Petticrew) is mortified, but both mother and daughter soon face challenges that see them becoming closer as Pamela comes to terms with her pregnancy…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
This starring vehicle for character actress Bronagh Gallagher puts an interesting new twist on the pregnancy comedy we’ve become all too familiar with.