Written by Tess McGowan, directed by Shelly Love and produced by Louise Gallagher, the film centres around the awkward relationship between immature mum Pamela and disapproving daughter, Allegra.
Starring Bronagh Gallagher in the lead, alongside Lola Petticrew, the two central performances are powerful and heartfelt. When Pamela becomes pregnant following a drunken one-night stand, the relationship between mother and duaghter is put to the test. Equal parts funny and poignant, this film’s strengh lies in the universality of it’s story – which is beautifully told and shot.
With a wonderful supporting cast including Mary Moulds, Dan Gordon, Andrew Doherty, Gerard Jordan, Paddy C. Courtney, Dylan Reid and Zara Devlin.
Developed through Northern Ireland Screen’s New Talent Focus scheme with Lottery funding from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.