Pressing The Flesh

By Francis Turnly

A fast-paced thriller about a doctor who is delighted to discover that his old friend from university has returned to Northern IRELAND and wants to help him get the promotion he so desperately craves.

However, Devlin Harker has other reasons for looking up his old friend, Matt, who quickly finds himself involved in professional misconduct and worse.

Matt....Lloyd Hutchinson

Hannah....Eileen Mccloskey

Devlin....Miche Doherty

Michael....Ian Beattie

Constantine....Roger Jennings

Carol....Maria Connolly

Members of the group Sean Crummey and Joe Rea.

Director: Tanya Nash

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When Matt, a conscientious doctor, is passed over for promotion yet again he begins to despair.

He worries that his younger girlfriend Hannah will leave him for the more glamorous men she meets as arts correspondent on The Gazette.

Then, an old university friend, Devlin Harker, returns to Northern IRELAND to take advantage of the building boom.

Devlin knows people who can help Matt get on, people who want to ensure that economic progress is not impeded.

However, the only way they can operate is to keep their activities secret from public scrutiny.

Matt takes a chance and accepts the invitation to join this select group but quickly discovers the reality means compromising his code of medical ethics and breaking the law.

Matt....Lloyd Hutchinson Hannah....Eileen McCloskey Devlin....Miche Doherty.

SP20041127

By Francis Turnly

A fast-paced thriller about a doctor who is delighted to discover that his old friend from university has returned to Northern IRELAND and wants to help him get the promotion he so desperately craves.

However, Devlin Harker has other reasons for looking up his old friend, Matt, who quickly finds himself involved in professional misconduct and worse.

Matt....Lloyd Hutchinson

Hannah....Eileen Mccloskey

Devlin....Miche Doherty

Michael....Ian Beattie

Constantine....Roger Jennings

Carol....Maria Connolly

Members of the group Sean Crummey and Joe Rea.

Director: Tanya Nash