He was 16 when the film was shot and provides a thoughtful and honest voice throughout.
Danny talks about the issues that still face him and others of his generation. He points out that the conflict is no longer about being Protestant and Catholic; but whether you feel affiliated to a united Ireland or the United Kingdom.
Despite the weight of the legacy of The Troubles on him and others his age, Danny feels hopeful for the future. He doesn’t necessarily know which country he belongs to, but he feels rooted in Belfast and is proud of the progress it has made.