Limbo (2001)

  |  Drama, Short


An emotional story set against the backdrop of the abduction and murder of people caught up in the troubles of Northern Ireland.


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20 June 2006 | Movies101-5
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| An emotional film about real issues amongst the women of Northern Ireland
This short film was well deserving of its win at the Foyle Film Festival in 2001 and its nomination for the IFTA in 2002.

The story deals with some of the most heart wrenching issues facing women especially in Northern Ireland today, years after the Good Friday agreement promised the communities some form of closure to their campaign to retrieves the bodies of those abducted and murdered in the troubles. This promise has never been delivered on from either side in the conflict and still haunts Northern Irish society today.

The performances of the two leading ladies are powerful and these make up the backbone of the film. Well worth watching if you have an interest in the issues in NI that get little press

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EUR80,000 (estimated)

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