WHO’S IN IT?
Victoria Smurfit (About a Boy), Angeline Ball (The Commitments), Aidan McArdle (The Duchess), Pauline McLynn (Angela’s Ashes), Ian Lloyd Anderson (Herself), Laurence Kinlan (Traders), Denise McCormack (A Date for Mad Mary), Dermot Ward (Lassie), Ericka Roe (Herself), Anne Kent (P.S. I Love You), Eoin Duffy (Pixie), Brendan Conroy (Float Like a Butterfly), Shauna Higgins (A Date for Mad Mary), Thommas Kane-Byrne (Stitches), Aaron Edo (film debut), Barbara Brennan (The Bright Side), Enya Martin (Poster Boys), Lauren Larkin (film debut), Helen Jordan (The Halo Effect)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Rachel Carey (film debut), director, writer; Liz Gill (Tomato Red), Auveen Lush (film debut) and Ciara O’Sullivan (film debut), producers; Ray Harman (A Dark Song), composer; JJ Rolfe (The Bright Side), cinematographer; Gavin Buckley (Ironclad) and John Walters (Black 47), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
A group of hair stylists at a working-class Dublin salon become accidental vigilantes when they decide to take on the gang members and gentrifiers taking over their neighbourhood…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
This darkly funny Irish comedy satirises the cutthroat world of working-class Dublin, as well as the sisterhood of hair stylists who just want to make their neighbourhood a safer, and more stylish, place.
WHEN’S IT OUT?
FRIDAY 8TH OCTOBER 2021
WHERE CAN I FIND IT?
IN CINEMAS NATIONWIDE