The Run of the Country (1995)

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First romance amidst the timeless beauty of Ireland provides the basis of this tender drama. The story is set in modern times within the County Cavan and centers on Danny, the 18-year-old son of a recently widowed policeman. The story begins soon after the funeral. Father and son are having a row about household responsibilities; the angry Danny ends up running away to constant trouble-maker Prunty's farm. Danny is confused about life until he meets the well-born, beautiful Annagh. Time passes and the two begin to slowly get acquainted. As they do, the previously taciturn Danny begins to show his softer side and one night, deep in a forest glen, the two tenderly become lovers. Unfortunately, Annagh is impregnated and real trouble between the families ensues. Meanwhile Prunty keeps on making trouble; at first it is innocent, but as time passes it becomes more serious.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Drama , Romance
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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

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Cast

David Kelly
as Father Gaynor
Albert Finney
as Father
Robin Hines
as Soldier
Vinnie McCabe
as Annagh's Uncle
Michael O'Reilly
as Bouncer Patterson
Kevin Murphy
as Big Man
Aine Ni Mhuiri
as Danny's Aunt
Noel Smith
as Goblin Gilmour
Carole Nimmons
as Mrs. Prunty
Joe Hanley
as Monkey
Joan Sheehy
as Widdy McGinn
P.J. Brady
as Carolan
Pat Kinevane
as McQuade
Maureen Dow
as Mrs. McKenna
Eileen Ward
as Mrs. Lee
Hugh B. O'Brien
as Danny's Uncle
Trevor Clarke
as Barman
Thoams Lappin
as Rennicks
Seamus O'Rourke
as Man at Annagh's
Sissy Connolly
as Elderly Lady
Mary Reilly
as Woman
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Critic Reviews for The Run of the Country

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★★1/2 (out of four) Fair coming-of-age film set in Ireland. The cast, including Albert Finney and Matt Keelar, is first rate, and the beautiful countryside adds some charms. The overall tone, however, is pretty lightweight and not very memorable. Set along the border of northern and southern Ireland, Albert Finney plays a bored policeman in the tiny Cavan Village. His 18 year old son Danny (Keeslar) blames his faher for the early death of his mother. She had a heart attack while in the middle of a domestic altercation with her husband. Danny rebels and falls for a nothern Ireland girl who his father disapproves of. [IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v48/Zeppo1/RunoftheCountrythe_zpsf31bdea0.jpg[/IMG]

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