The intriguing tale of English heiress Rose Dugdale, who gave up her life to join the IRA in the early 1970s, is told in Baltimore.


culminating in involvement in the largest art theft ever committed at the time.

In April 1974, Dugdale and three accomplices broke into Russborough House in County Wicklow, Ireland, and stole valuable jewels from European aristocrats.

Eventually, Dugdale was apprehended, put in jail, and the paintings were located and restored.

Dugdale's story is brought to the big screen in Baltimore by Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor, starring Imogen Poots (The Father, Green Room) in the title role.

Their most recent piece is consistent with their other works in that it focuses on the protagonist's internal conflicts.

It peaks following the heist as Dugdale mulls over how her actions will affect her, her friends, and their cause.

Lawlor and Molloy's rebellious spirit is also highlighted in the movie, which helps to paint a somewhat balanced picture of a woman.

who Smith said he wanted to keep nameless. He then went on to take some strong indirect jabs at this person. 

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