Shane Brolly,John Travers,Ciaran Flynn,Darragh Kelly
Marion Comer,John McDonnell,Robert Medema
Seamus is a 9 year old boy who has been diagnosed with a serious illness. In search of a miracle, he sets off to find God before God comes for him. Inspired by Saint Columcille, Seamus sets out in a small boat without oars or sail. On his quest he encounters James and Darry. Despite initial conflict, the trio decide to stay together and enter upon a journey that results in the healing of hearts and minds.
There's so much to love about 48 Angels. Let's start with the cinematography, the scenery was absolutely breath taking and the camera work in general is fantastic as well. The film has some very tender and sad moments as will as some very funny scenes so keep the tissues handy as you might need them. The acting is also terrific, actor Ciaran Flynn who plays Seamus was totally believable as a young boy who was dying of cancer. John Travers is perfect as a young man in turmoil with his life and actor Shane Brolly is excellent as well as the man just released from prison after a long sentence. The film has a little for everyone in it, there's the adventure,there's drama and there is also some good humor to lighten the mood in just the right spots. Once in a while,a long while a movie comes along that touches it's audience and 48 Angels is one of those films. A film that comes highly recommended by me, own this DVD today. Released by MTI Home Video. ***** Out Of *****