Cert: 18 Year: 1997 Length: 95 mins
Peter Mullan's debut feature is a painfully funny account of three brothers and their sister coming to terms with the death of their mother. A beautifully tailored mixture of pathos and gallows humour.
Ecumenical prize - Cannes Festival 1998.
Best Film Venice 1998
A magnificent, extraordinary, unmissable film
The Evening Times
The best film I've seen in ma puff Irvine Walsh
Do yourself a big fat favour...go and see it J Ross
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