Hilarious Irish crime comedy about a young woman who goes by nobody’s rules but her own, and the lengths she will take to form her own destiny. In the west coast of Ireland, Pixie looks to avenge the death of her mother. She enlists the help of two friends to rob a local gangster, planning to use the money to attend art school in the US. But when the heist goes wrong, the three find themselves fleeing across the country with a bag full of drugs, a body in the boot, and a vindictive gangster in pursuit. “Father Ted-meets-Tarantino, with a smattering of Ferris Bueller and In Bruges” The Guardian 15: strong language, violence, sex references, drug misuse, domestic abuse We look forward to welcoming audiences back to the Screen Machine. You can read about all of the safety measures we have put in place in more detail by following this link: http://www.screenmachine.co.uk/covid-19/

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