- dir. Thaddeus O'Sullivan
- year. 1995
- country. IRELAND / UK
- run-time. 86 mins
- rating. 15
£6.00 (£4.50 conc.)
A searing and powerful drama brutally portraying 24 hours in Belfast. Set against the backdrop of the unstable ceasefire negotiated between Loyalist and Republican factions in 1975.
Nothing Personal is directed by Dublin born director Thaddeus O'Sullivain. We are showing it alongside two other Belfast set films that look at the conflict in the north of Ireland, Odd Man Out (17 December) and '71 (10 February).
Ireland on Screen is our regular look at representations of Ireland and Irish subjects in film and moving image. We are currently focusing on works relating to Northern Ireland, or quite simply "THE NORTH".