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First Trailer Debuts for ‘BALTIMORE’ Based on Infamous True Story of English Heiress Rose Dugdale

Following its World Premiere at the Telluride Film Festival, followed by the UK premiere at London Film Festival, the latest critically acclaimed film from Christine Molloy & Joe Lawlor (Rose Plays JulieThe Future Tense and Helen), Baltimore has a brand-new first trailer.

Written and directed by Molloy & Lawlor, and based on the infamous real-life story of Rose Dugdale, the English heiress who became a revolutionary, the film follows debutante Rose Dugdale (Imogen PootsGreen Room, Vivarium) who enjoys a life of wealth and privilege. However, her rebellious nature soon leads her down a militant path. Amongst the political turmoil of the 1970s, her sympathy towards the IRA’s conflict evolves into radicalisation, culminating in an armed raid on an Irish estate with three comrades. However, when her simple heist turns violent, is Rose prepared to face the devastating consequences?

Co-starring alongside Poots, the film also features Tom Vaughan-Lawlor (Avengers: End Game, The Cured), Lewis Brophy (“Kin”), Jack Meade (“Kin,” “Warrior Nun”), Patrick Martins (“Redemption”), Dermot Crowley (“Luther,” The Foreigner), Andrea Irvine (Dead Shot, “Line of Duty”), John Kavanagh (“Vikings”), Flynn Gray, Martha Breen (“Doctors”), Carrie Crowley (“Smother”), Simon Coury (“Intruder”), and Vanessa Ifediora (A Haunting in Venice).

A Samson Films and Desperate Optimists Production, Baltimore is produced by David Collins & Joe Lawlor with the theatrical release of the film following the Irish premiere screening at Dublin International Film Festival on 23 February at 8.30pm.

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