In the middle of the night, Dolores calls her son Salvador to come and visit her at home; she has something urgent to tell him; Salvador, who is to be promoted the next day, is not in the mood for great distractions. However, what his mother happens to tell him will turn their lives upside down; they cannot escape their tragic but grotesque fate.
Was her father her real father? But what torments Salvador the most is: will his mother end up locked up in a mental institution or directly in prison? With suspense sprinkled with some dark humor, IRA is about desperation and ambition. It is a flight forward; a house already lost in which its protagonists struggle not to lose themselves any more.
A “Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow” as Macbeth would say.
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