Design Production / TITLE: The Liberty Line

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Design Production / The Liberty Line Snyopsis

Set in 1950’s working class Wexford town. Life is controlled and dominated by the rigid hierarchy of Irish Catholic society. Miss kelly is the personification of this restrictive regime. We are introduced to our protagonist Eilis. She is young and trapped in the a present with a limited future. Her sister Rose is older and wiser, she realises the limitations of her rise in society. She is acutely aware how difficult it is to be nurtured as a person in her current environment. She organises an escape for Eilis by way of one way ticket to America. She knows that this is the only way Eilis can grow as a person so as to become a fully realised woman.