Black ’47 is a period film of 2018. Lancy Daly was the director of the flick. The film follows an Irish guard who has all this time been fighting for the British army, overseas. He disowns his post to be with his family. The title is inspired by the devastating famine of 1847.
During a cross-examination, a member of the Young Irelander movement Hannah gets annoyed because the prisoner refuses to name his fellow mates and Hannah strangles him.
When he reaches home, he finds out that his nation is going through the worst year of the great famine. Feeney comes to know that mother passed away because of starvation and also that his brother had been hanged to death because he killed a Marshall during the family’s ejection.