Margaret Thatcher swept to power in 1979 with a manifesto that promised to establish a Welsh language television channel. Months into her premiership, she reneged on her promise and sparked protests in Wales. Against a backdrop of civil disobedience, the iconic politician Gwynfor Evans vows to starve to death unless the government changes its mind. One of the most colourful chapters of modern Welsh history told in an imaginative and unique style.
A feature film directed by Lee Haven Jones and starring Mark Lewis Jones (Gangs of London & Keeping Faith), Siân Reese-Williams (Hidden & Line of Duty) and Rhodri Evan (Hinterland).
Price - £5