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An Bronntanas - Five-part Thriller Series
TV Series Completed
YEAR: 2014
DIRECTOR: Tom Collins    
WRITER:      
PRODUCTION COMPANY: ROSG films ROSG   
PRODUCER: Ciarán Ó Cofaigh    Tom Collins      
CAST: John Finn    Dara Devaney    Owen McDonnell    Pól Ó Gríofa    Michelle Beamish    Janusz Sheagall   Charlotte Bradley Dean Whatton
LOCATION: Conamara, Co. na Gaillimhe
EDITOR: Conall de Cléir      
DOP: Cian de Buitléar      
COSTUME DESIGN: Geraldine Maher
PRODUCTION DESIGN: Mags Linnane
HAIR/MAKEUP: Valerie Butler
SOUND: Pádraig Ó Mainín     
MUSIC: Pól Brennan




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The five-part thriller, which will broadcast on TG4, is set against the backdrop of a local independent lifeboat crew working off the coast of Connemara. The storyline sees the rescue team struck with a moral dilemma when they receive a distress call one stormy night. They discover a dead woman on board a fishing boat which is carrying millions worth of drugs. The team must decide whether to bring the woman on shore and hand the drugs to the authorities, or leave the passenger and sell the drugs to save their struggling village.

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