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Na Cloigne (The Heads)

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Na Cloigne (The Heads)

Friday, January 18 | 7 pm

2010, three 52 minute episodes
Directed by Robert Quinn
Produced by ROSG for TG4, The BAI and The Irish Film Board
Produced by Ciarán Ó Cofaigh

Cloigeann, a Connemara village, comes to a standstill when the decapitated bodies of two young women are found in the nearby woods. Local artist Nuala and her adulterous boyfriend Seán find themselves at the heart of the brutal murder investigation as jealousy, lust and insecurity drives their relationship to the breaking point.

Na Cloigne received an IFTA award for Best Score and a Celtic Media Festival award for Best Drama

 

 


 

 

 



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Na Cloigne (The Heads)


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