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Anchored to a disarming breakthrough performance from screenwriter Clare Dunne, Herself is an exercise in resilience that delights in the simple powers of community and self-made opportunity. Sandra, a young mother of two, has been failed by her partner and by the state, and so decides to build her daughters a home from the ground up in their native Dublin. When her capabilities can’t keep up with her ambition, a motley crew of friends and strangers roll up their sleeves and, in an act of boundless selflessness, embark on a mission to help Sandra gain independence for her family.
(Content warning: contains scenes of domestic abuse)
With Reclaim The Frame: Tuesday 5th October.
This is a special Reclaim The Frame screening which includes a pre-recorded introduction and post screening discussion hosted by Birds’ Eye View director-at-large Mia Bays with director Phyllida Lloyd and writer and lead actress Clare Dunne.
Click here to book tickets for the Bringing in baby Screening of Herself on Wednesday 6 October, 11:00am.
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