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The goal of resolving conflict in a relationship is not victory or defeat.
It is reaching understanding and letting go of our need to be right.
The Maynard family is a family divided.
Joseph Maynard, brought into the hostile environment of Belfast as a child during the height of the Troubles by his father's posting in the British army, is shaped and haunted by the events of his childhood, his first encounter with death.
With advancing years, the repercussions of those formative years and subsequent fractures within the family, between son and father, a result of the decision to leave Belfast and consequently the army, take their toll on the Maynard clan, in the form of alcohol; is resolution possible?