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Lenny Abrahamson's status as Ireland's best director was cemented with this gripping study of privilege and guilt. Jack Reynor, left, in only his second film, is astonishing as Richard Karlsen, a rugby-playing idol from South Dublin whose glittering future is placed in jeopardy following a tragic incident at a drunken party. A thought-provoking and brilliantly conceived piece of work.

Lenny Abrahamson's status as Ireland's best director was cemented with this gripping study of privilege and guilt. Jack Reynor, left, in only his second film, is astonishing as Richard Karlsen, a rugby-playing idol from South Dublin whose glittering future is placed in jeopardy following a tragic incident at a drunken party. A thought-provoking and brilliantly conceived piece of work.


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