A comic yet frank view of 1980's Belfast. When two barbers begin to work together, one Catholic and one Protestant, they must constantly fend off barbs from others of both sides. Choosing rather to focus on making a living, our lads find themselves placed in the awkward position of spokes models for a cause. The tensions of war-torn Belfast are handled delicately and sympathetically. And by depicting the tough lot of the British soldier, usually young and inexperienced, the film displays uncommon depth.
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Director Barry Levinson
Writer Barry McEvoy
Cast Barry McEvoy, Brian F. O'Byrne, Anna Friel, Pauline McLynn, Ruth McCabe