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A lone cop fights crime and corruption in rural Ireland
"Don’t miss it." --The Observer (U.K.)
"Absorbing . . . multilayered and intelligent" --The Irish Times
"Powerful, charismatic performances" --Evening Herald (Ireland)
Murder and intrigue on Ireland’s remote coast
When Garda Sergeant Jack Driscoll (Owen McDonnell) returns home to the windswept west coast of Ireland, his father—and predecessor at his new post--warns: "Out here, it’s a team of one." As chief law-enforcement officer in this insular community, Jack soon learns the hard truth in those words. Small-town life presents challenges he never faced in Dublin--among them, winning the respect of the villagers and escaping the shadow of his father (Ian McElhinney, Little Dorrit), whose methods relied more on pragmatism than principle.
In these three feature-length crime dramas, Jack investigates a beautiful immigrant’s murder, a child’s abduction, and a teenager’s baffling drowning. Complex characters rife with moral ambiguity and internal conflict populate this gritty series set against a landscape of epic beauty and isolation.
Irish Garda (Police) Sergeant Jack Driscoll is transferred from Dublin back to his hometown in Galway on Ireland's remote windswept coast. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephanie De Pue
You will become addicted with the scenery, and the people who live in this small town on the Irish coast. It is a study of the hardness of the Irish land and her people.Published 5 months ago by B. Lockhart
This is a really great series, well acted with interesting believable plot lines. If you like BBC mystery/drama with deep characters and a though out dialog with the beautiful... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Fogged
The movies are a great deal of fun. The scenery around Galway/Connemara is beautiful and the scripts well written and acted.Published 6 months ago by S. McNamara
Set in Ireland this is the story of a seconfd generatiion policeman. He finds himself in conflict with his father's policing style and his father's ethics. Read morePublished 7 months ago by K. M.
I think that the viewability of a "DVD" should be noted clearly. Although this may be a DVD, the clarity of it matches that of watching a VHS, which is very poor for a... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Cuddly Curmudgeon
I just with there were more than 2 sets. I really do like the British shows, and this one was full of "who dunits". I hope they consider making more series!Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very well acted. The scenery, of course, added so much to the authenticity of the
narratives. Looking forward to more!