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Rebellion

 

 

Date Added: 8th April 2016

Expiry Date: Unknown [click here to add an expiry date]

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History:

   08/04/2016: 1 Season (2016)

   04/03/2019: 2 Seasons (2016)

 

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Description:

Dublin's violent Easter Rising of 1916 ignites a long and bloody conflict between British military forces and Irish revolutionary fighters.

 

Certificate: Brief strong sex, strong violence, scenes of torture

Year: 2016

Duration: 2 Seasons

Available Seasons: Season 1 (5 Ep), Season 2 (5 Ep)

Audio: English - Audio Description, English [Original], European Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, Polish

Subtitles: English, Polish, French, Traditional Chinese, Arabic

 

Cast: Brian Gleeson, Simone Kirby, Natasha O'Keeffe, David Wilmot, Michael Ford-FitzGerald, Aoife Duffin, Catherine Walker, Tom Bennett, Conall Keating, Fergal McElherron, Brian Doherty, Ben Smith, Matthew Hopkinson, Dominic Thorburn, Conor MacNeill, Jordanne Jones, Imogen Doel, Richard Doubleday, Chris McHallem, Gavin Drea, Tommy Harris, Hugh O'Conor, Craig Parkinson, Stanley Townsend, Paul Ritter, Charlie Murphy, Ruth Bradley, Sarah Greene, Michelle Fairley, Ian McElhinney, Paul Reid, Barry Ward, Tom Turner, Perdita Weeks, Andrew Simpson, Sophie Robinson

 

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