Striking Out - Series Two DVD

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As the hit Irish legal drama returns, solicitor Tara Rafferty (Amy Huberman, The Clinic) is embattled but not beaten. She has built a new life for herself after leaving her cheating fiancé, Eric (Rory Keenan, War & Peace), and the high-powered law firm where they both worked. But with one of her employees betraying her and another in jail, she struggles to keep her fledgling practice afloat. Convinced that her former boss Eric s scheming father is behind it all, Tara decides to strike back. To pay the bills, Tara takes on clients whose legal problems range from deportation,... to divorce from a bigamist, to a lawsuit against a convent. As she frequently faces off against Eric and her former colleagues in court, Tara s mentor Vincent (Neil Morrissey, Line of Duty) leads a high-level corruption inquiry that could endanger them both. The stellar cast also features Emmet Byrne (Burning Wishes), Fiona O'Shaughnessy (Utopia), and Maria Doyle Kennedy (The Commitments) as a formidable solicitor. [show more]

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Released
23 April 2018
Directors
 
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Format
DVD 
Publisher
Acorn Media 
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Runtime
360 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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All six episodes from the second series of the Irish television drama in which established solicitor Tara Rafferty (Amy Huberman) has her life turned upside down when she catches her fiancé in the throes of passion with their mutual colleague. From planning a wedding and working at a high-flying corporate law firm, Tara must face upheaval as she decides to leave the private practice and set up on her own in family law, which is not without its own challenges. In this season, Tara juggles an inquiry with the stress of having to manage her new field of expertise.