In John McIlduff’s darkly comic directorial debut, depressed 50-something Eddie and former drug addict Liz head out across Northern Ireland to make a pickup which will save the life of Eddie’s son. The pickup is in the form of a lamb – a representation of deliverance in more than one sense.
FNC '11 Fair debut involving a pregnant ex junkie and her boyfriend/pimp's father on a road trip to deliver a drug stuffed lamb to a dealer. Both characters are driven out of their desire to be better parents. Often darkly comic but missing a certain something to make it memorable.