WHO’S IN IT?
Timothy Spall (Mr. Turner), Colm Meaney (The Damned United), Freddie Highmore (Finding Neverland), John Hurt (The Elephant Man), Toby Stephens (Die Another Day), Ian Beattie (Starred Up), Catherine McCormack (Spy Game), Ian McElhinney (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Barry Ward (Jimmy’s Hall), Kristy Robinson (Shooting for Socrates)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Nick Hamm (Killing Bono), director, producer; Colin Bateman (Wild About Harry), writer; Mark Huffam (The Martian) and Piers Tempest (Oyster Farmer), producers; Stephen Warbeck (Billy Elliot), composer; Greg Gardiner (Elf), cinematographer; Chris Gill (28 Days Later), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
As world leaders come together to negotiate peace in Northern Ireland, two sworn enemies – Ian Paisley (Spall), the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party, and Sinn Féin politician Martin McGuiness (Meaney) – are forced to take a short journey together, during which they must try and get along if their country is to have any peace…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
With the recent passing of Martin McGuiness still firmly in the memory of those who still remember the Northern Ireland peace process, this film is a timely recollection on one of the most vital events leading up to the eventual IRA ceasefire.