The Wind that Shakes the Barley




Ireland, 1920. Peasants unite to form an army of volunteer guerrillas and confront the ruthless Black and Tans, by the color of their uniforms, British troops who had been sent to stifle Ireland's independence aspirations
We are not, before a party militant film, but rather before a work of historical reconstitution, that can annoy by its lucidity of approach. It also forces the spectator to reflect on the consequences of oppressive colonialism.