My Mother And Other Strangers DVD

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Set in rural Northern Ireland during World War II, this drama follows the fortunes of the Coyne family as the US Army Air Corps sets up a base next to their town. Moybeg is home to Englishwoman Rose, her Irish husband Michael Coyne and their three children: Emma, Francis and Kate. With her English accent and her London ways, Rose is the only ˜stranger' in the community. That is until 4,000 American servicemen and women arrive along with the handsome Captain Dreyfuss. As Rose finds herself acting as peacekeeper between the disgruntled locals and the airbase, she is... also drawn to the engaging young captain. As each episode brings them closer together, will Rose risk her family for this forbidden love? [show more]

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Released
19 December 2016
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
2 Entertain 
Classification
Runtime
290 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5051561041587 
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Historical television drama set in rural Northern Ireland during the Second World War. The Coyne family - English wife Rose (Hattie Morahan) to Irish husband Michael (Owen McDonnell) and their three children - live in the quiet town of Moybeg. Being from London and having not lost her accent, Rose is the only person who feels somewhat a stranger in the town. But this all changes when several thousand American military personnel arrive at the newly established airbase. Suddenly there are a great deal more strangers than anyone in Moybeg is used to, and one in particular catches the attention of Rose: Captain Ronald Dreyfuss (Aaron Staton). He and Rose spend considerable time together since Rose is forced into mediating between the Americans and the townsfolk, and she must quickly decide whether this romance is worth the cost.

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