Actor Brendan Gleeson said Ireland should show more self-respect in valuing resources and communities
Film star Brendan Gleeson has said Ireland needs to show some self-respect and reclaim its valuable oil, gas and fish resources.
The Emmy award winner said he was inspired to support a new documentary The Atlantic after witnessing the bullying and slow death of coastal communities.
The feature-length film – from the maker of The Pipe, which explored Shell’s Corrib Gas project in Co Mayo – examines the exploitation of finite resources off Irish shores, and Newfoundland and Norway.
And it gets unprecedented whistle-blower access to …
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