Starring: Clive Owen, Andrea Riseborough, Gillian Anderson, Aidan Gillen, Domhnall Gleeson, Brid Brennan
Directed by: James Marsh
The plot: Colette McVeigh harbours a deep resentment for the British and becomes an active member of the IRA alongside her two brothers, Gerry and Connor. Police apprehend her during an attempted bombing of the London Underground and MI5 operative Mac offers her a proposition: act as a mole for the British at the heart of the IRA or go to prison and miss out on seeing her young son grow up.
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"As beige as an old PC, but beneath the surface the blood pumps bright scarlet. An intelligent and emotionally charged spy drama."
"While it's hard to grumble about such a smart, intelligent drama after a summer of big bangs, its slow pace at times feels sluggish."
"An opaque, slow-burning but brilliant thriller about the compulsions of terrorism, one that avoids ideological bombast and looks instead to the experiences of an angry and frightened woman."