Outcast (2010)
When Mary (Kate Dickie) and her teenage son, Fergal (Niall Bruton), move to yet another new home, it soon becomes clear they live their lives on the run, hiding from someone or something, terrified of being found.Trying to make new friends or connections wherever they go, Fergal
Genre: Horror
Director: Colm McCarthy
Release Date: TBA 2010
Producers: Eddie Dick,Brendan McCarthy,John McDonnell
Actors: Therese Bradley,Niall Bruton,Claire Catterson,James Cosmo,Kate Dickie,Christopher Downie,Karen Gillan,Andrew Martin,Sean McCarthy,CiarĂ¡n McMenamin,James Nesbitt,Daniel Porter,Hanna Stanbridge,Christine Tremarco,Wendy Wason,Josh Whitelaw,Ian Whyte
             
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