Not Rated | | Thriller, Comedy
Black romantic comedy set around the troubled "peace process" and its effect on a cynical Belfast hack.
The scene set at a market on Bangor seafront was actually filmed in nearby Donaghadee.
When I was 8 years old, I woke up in the middle of the night and found my brother pissing on my typewriter. I decided then and there that there was something wonderful about alcohol.
After the credits roll the taxi driver can be heard screaming her catchphrase: "Fuck away off and die!"
£121,394 (UK) (4 October 1998)
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