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A Nightingale Falling

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During Ireland's War of Independence, the lives of two sisters are changed forever when they care for a wounded soldier. What transpires in this historical period drama, is a tragic love story of an Anglo-Irish household and its inhabitants, caught in the crucible of deep dark secrets. Framed against a backdrop of a turbulent war-torn Ireland in the early1920's, May Collingwood is forced to make critical and difficult decisions when she rescues a British soldier and must now protect herself and sister Tilly. They live in fear of the British Black and Tans, the rising IRA, their own entrapment, and ultimately the dark secrets of un-requited love unfolding from within.
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September 19, 2014

This stiff and stilted drama is weighed down by its blathering script and hamstrung by a lack of wherewithal.
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Irish Times
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September 12, 2014

The film is hard to embrace. Stilted, sluggish and occasionally ludicrous, it seems suffocated by its own good intentions.
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