Directed by Eugene Brady
Tony Egan (Donal McCann) receives a letter from his long estranged sister, Karen, who left their Irish island for New York 20 years earlier. Her last wish is to have her ashes returned to the land she loved so deeply, thus she is sending her son to the island. Meeting the boat at the island pier, Tony is shocked to discover that his nephew, seventeen year old Chad Egan-Washington (Hill Harper) is black.
Trying to adjust to farm life and frustrated by Tony's lack of communication regarding his mother, Chad seeks out the Islanders for answers to his questions. One bright spot is Aislín Brady (Aislín McGuckin), daughter of Uncle Tony’s arch rival, Joe Brady (Pierce Brosnan). A free-spirited girl with a painful past, Aislín welcomes the intrigue Chad brings to the island. The out-going Brendan O’Boyce (Sinéad Cusack), Karen Egan's best friend, holds the key to a past Tony and Joe have tried to forget and Chad has never known.
Chad's budding romance with Aislin awakens old grudges and secrets the islanders have kept to themselves for decades. As Chad unravels the mystery behind his Mother's departure, the 20-year feud between his Uncle and Joe Brady resurfaces.