Freedom First, Peace Later
Stu is a young soldier on his first tour of Northern Ireland and is enamoured with local girl Bronwyn, who has problems of her own, her boyfriend, Danny, and his links to the I.R.A, and her brother ‘s secretive lifestyle.
Bronwyn's friend, Rosina, is hiding her relationship with a Protestant. When that news breaks, Rosina learns a secret about her past that has tragic consequences. More
Freedom First Peace Later is an insight into the lives of six residents of Crossmaglen and their own private struggles growing up under the restrictions of the Irish Republican Army.
Stu is young British soldier on his first operational tour of Northern Ireland. He knows that in Ireland he will face hatred, based purely on his nationality and his career. He has never faced racism or prejudice. As an army soldier he has never yet killed, and the question he is constantly asking himself is, can he?
Stu becomes enamored with local girl Bronwyn, but she has problems of her own, namely her boyfriend, Danny, and his not so subtle links to the I.R.A, and her brother Barry's increasingly secretive lifestyle.
Bronwyn's best friend, Rosina, is hiding her relationship with her Protestant boyfriend Connor. But when news of their affair breaks, Rosina learns a secret about her past that has tragic consequences.