Nothing Personal (1995 film)

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Nothing Personal
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Directed byThaddeus O'Sullivan
Written byDaniel Mornin
Starring
Music byPhilip Appleby
CinematographyDick Pope
Release date
  • 1995 (1995)
CountryIreland
United Kingdom

Nothing Personal is a 1995 Irish-British drama film; it was directed by Thaddeus O'Sullivan with screenwriter Daniel Mornin.

Ian Hart won the Volpi Cup for best supporting actor at the 52nd Venice International Film Festival.[1]

Plot[edit]

In 1975 Belfast, the Troubles is in full effect, erupting into violence once again when a Protestant bar is bombed by rival Catholics, and several people are killed. Only hours later, Protestant fighters Kenny (James Frain) and Ginger (Ian Hart) retaliate by killing a Catholic, starting a full-scale riot. Meanwhile, Liam (John Lynch), a Catholic single father, attempts to help the victims of the fighting, but soon finds himself on the wrong side of the Protestant-Catholic divide.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Enrico Lancia (1998). I premi del cinema. Gremese Editore. ISBN 8877422211.

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