Ae Fond Kiss (2004)
Dangerous liaison between a lapsed Irish Catholic and a first generation Pakistani Muslim.
Breakfast On Pluto (2005)
An Irish transvestite, searching for the mother who abandoned him, is caught up in terrorist violence and hilarious goings on in London.
The Children (2008)
A seasonal house party turns sour after the children are hit by a virus that leads to violence.
Day Of The Flowers (2012)
Two sisters take their late father's ashes to Cuba, encountering comic complications and romance on the way.
The Last Enemy (2008)
A futuristic security force attempts to contain and cover up a man-made deadly virus.
Wake Wood (2010)
A Pagan ritual offers a grieving couple the chance to spend three more days with their dead daughter, but when the moment comes, they will do anything to keep from letting her go again.
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