Here we have the Irish version of the post apocalypse landscape. The film explores the elevating levels of lawlessness that ensue after the fall. First they share. Then they set boundaries on sharing. Then hording. Then stealing from other groups. And finally, stealing from your own group. Guns become very important in a country that purports to abhor guns. Not much is made of Ireland's high food production relative to its population. (No more food after only 100 mornings?) One character bemoans the loss of music caused by the lack of electricity. I can't agree with this. We Irish would just make our own music.