Not Rated | | Drama, War
Against the backdrop of the Irish War of Independence, two brothers fight a guerrilla war against British forces.
The title was taken from "The Wind that Shakes the Barley" by 19th century poet Robert Dwyer Joyce, about a young man who joins the 1798 rebellion after his true love is killed. "But blood for blood without remorse/ I've taken at Oulart Hollow/ And laid my true love's clay-cold corpse / Where I full soon may follow /As 'round her grave I wander drear /Noon, night and morning early / With breaking heart when e'er I hear /The wind that shakes the barley."
Sir John Hamilton:
You'll never beat us. Never!
As the Black and Tans drive through the village, they pass a blue house with modern PVC windows.
English, Irish, Latin
$135,554 18 March 2007
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