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.
Blackthorn (2011)
What would have happened to Butch Cassidy if he hadn't died in Bolivia?
The Butcher Boy (1997)
A boy's childhood in Ireland with a depressed mum, an alcoholic dad and a vivid imagination.
The Crying Game (1992)
An IRA man questions his ways after befriending a captured soldier, then flees to London and finds himself out of his depth in the soldier's world.
The End Of The Affair (1999)
Tale of adultery during the blitz.
Evelyn (2002)
Pierce Brosnan plays a working-class Dubliner who changed the law in Ireland.
FeardotCom (2002)
Stephen Dorff and Natascha McElhone investigate a website that kills.
The Good Shepherd (2004)
Hip priest turns detective.
In Dreams (1999)
A girl's dreams take her into the mind of a killer.
I Didn't Know You Cared (1975)
Seventies sitcom about an extended family.
I Didn't Know You Cared: Season 2 (1976)
A Nothern family sitcom, in which the men slag off the women and the women moan about the men.
The Musketeer (2001)
Dumas' musketeer gets a chop-socky makeover.
Ondine (2009)
A fisherman drags up a woman in his net, but she's not dead - is she a supernatural creature?
Out Of The Dark (2014)
A young couple and their child move to Colombia to start a new life, but old legacies could threaten everything they hold dear.
The Reaping (2007)
Plagues, pestilence and another faithless person of the cloth.
River Queen (2005)
A young Irish woman searches for her kidnapped half-Maori son.
Still Crazy (1998)
A group of middle-aged rockers hit the road again.
Stuck (2007)
A young woman hits a man with his car – and drives off with him dying in her windscreen rather than call for help.
Tara Road (2005)
Love hurts for an innocent wife in Dublin and a grieving mother in New England.
Tasting Menu (2013)
On closing night of an acclaimed restaurant, the lives of the final set of guests intertwine as the courses are served.
V For Vendetta (2005)
In the near future, Britain is a fascist state into which a mysterious, masked terrorist dares to fight fear with flames
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