April 18 2024

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Meaney In A Belfast Story

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine‘s Colm Meaney‘s latest movie is appearing on British movie screens.

Meaney is starring in A Belfast Story, a murder thriller set in Northern Ireland.

In A Belfast Story, set years after the “Troubles,” Meaney takes on the role of a Protestant detective who is assigned to investigate the murders of retired IRA members by a “mysterious vigilante group.”

The string of killings threatens to unravel the careers of the First Minister, and a police chief, both of whom had past links to terrorist groups involved in The Troubles.

A Belfast Story runs a little over an hour and a half, and was released in the U.K. on Friday. It is expected to appear overseas in due course on television or other home viewing formats.

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9 thoughts on “Meaney In A Belfast Story

  1. Although we seem to be caught up on what Zoe Saldana is doing, I don’t recall seeing anything on this site reference Hell on Wheels, a show he’s practically the co-lead of… and in which, he’s great.

  2. Well, for those who didn’t get on board in 2011, they just started season 3, and, of course, Colm Meaney continues to shine in his central role. If you haven’t watched, I encourage everyone to jump on board… AMC does some quality stuff, and this is one of them.

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