The identity of the Irish worker in New York finds itself at a historical crossroads in Colin Broderick's first feature film. A crew of Irish construction workers in their late thirties/early forties, still trying to work hard and party hard, are starting to discover the price of a life spent dodging adult responsibility.
These likable but no longer fresh - faced rogues, who left Ireland in an era of closeted oppression and sectarian violence, have spent their adult lives self-medicating in a foreign city. It's time for a change and someone in the crew might have just the right idea.
Followed by a Q+A with Director Colin Broderick and actor John McConnell