Nothing Personal Movie Review 1995

Information and Film Reviews for Nothing Personal the Movie

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Uncompromising drama about the sectarian violence in northern Ireland that engulfs even the innocent. The IRA bombing of a Protestant pub sets a Loyalist unit, led by dedicated Kenny (Frain) and psychotic Ginger (a terrifying Hart), on an increasingly deadly 24-hour rampage through Belfast (in 1975). Catholic single father Liam Kelly (Lynch) finds himself in the wrong part of town and only wants to return to his two children but is inexorably drawn into the violence, which leads to tragedy for all. Adapted from the novel "All Our Fault" by Mornin, who wrote the screenplay.

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CinemaNow, 4553 Glencoe Ave., Ste. 200, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292, URL: http://www.cinemanow.com, Remarks: Formerly known as Lions Gate Home Entertainment

Available on VHS
Running time 86 minutes.
Originally from British, Irish.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Belfast, A Day in the Life. . ., Tragedy, Period Piece: 1970s, Childhood Visions
Screenplay
Daniel Mornin
Cast
Ian Hart, John Lynch, James Frain, Michael Gambon, Ruaidhri Conroy, Jeni Courtney, Gary Lydon, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Gerard McSorley, Gareth O'Hare
Cinematography
Dick Pope
Director
Thaddeus O'Sullivan
Music
Philip Appleby
Producer
Jonathan Cavendish, Tracey Seaward, James Mitchell, Little Bird, Channel Four Film, Irish Film Board, Trimark Pictures

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