Ireland, 1970s. Eager to leave his dark past behind, Finbar Murphy (Liam Neeson) leads a quiet life in the remote coastal town of Glen Colm Cille, far from the political violence that grips the rest of the country. When a menacing crew of terrorists arrive, led by a ruthless woman named Doireann (Kerry Condon), Finbar soon discovers that one of them has been abusing a local young girl. Drawn into an increasingly vicious game of cat and mouse, Finbar must choose between exposing his secret identity or defending his friends and neighbors.
The film stars Liam Neeson, Kerry Condon, Jack Gleeson, Colm Meaney and Ciarán Hinds. The film is produced by Bonnie Timmerman, Geraldine Hughes, Terry Loane, Philip Lee and Markus Barmettler. Bleiberg Entertainment are representing international sales on the title.
This is Liam Neeson’s second collaboration with Robert Lorenz after The Marksman in 2019 and Kerry Condon’s first major starring role since her Academy-Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for The Banshees of Inisherin.