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**WINNER OF 5 AWARDS, INCLUDING BEST FILM, AT FRIGHTFEST**
**STARRING SARAH BOLGER (MAYANS M.C., THE SPIDERWICK CHRONICLES, THE LAZARUS EFFECT) AND EDWARD HOGG (JUPITER ASCENDING)**
Sarah Collins is a single mother struggling to raise two young children while searching for answers about the unsolved murder of her husband. After being coerced into helping a low-level drug dealer, she finds herself the target of a dangerous crime boss. Desperate to keep her family safe, Sarah turns the tables on her victimizers in one final act of brutal vengeance. Set in the dark underbelly of Northern Ireland, Abner Pastoll’s A Good Woman Is Hard To Find is a lean, mean, painfully real crime thriller featuring ‘one hell of a performance’ by Sarah Bolger that ‘will make you cheer [for] her ability to overcome the worst of humanity and come out the other end kicking all sorts of ass’ (Slash Film).
Bonus features include Director’s Commentary, Deleted Scenes, Making-Of featurette, Alternate Opening, Outtakes, and Behind-the-Scenes footage.
A recently widowed young mother will go to any lengths to protect her children as she seeks the truth behind her husband’s murder. Lots of suspense and a good build up with a horror twist. I really like this actress and had no idea she was Irish.
Her son Ben has been an elective mute since the day he witnessed his father being knifed to death on their estate. Police have done nothing to catch the killer, categorizing his death as a falling out amongst thieves. Then Tito literally bursts into Sarah’s world. He’s ripped off drug-dealers and decides to stash the stolen drugs in her flat. Frightened senseless, Sarah wants nothing to do with this but caught between a rock and a hard place, she sees an opportunity to use Tito to gain information about what might have happened to her husband with the hope of eventually catch her husbands killers.
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