Christmas Day 1960. After five years of imprisonment a young man escapes in a snowy winter night with a file and linen from Britain’s safest prison in Belfast. Chasing him: an army forced by 12.000 policemen and soldiers. However, they don’t catch him. The jailbreaker is Danny Donnelly, born into an Irish catholic family. At the age of 16 he joined Sin Féin, the politically wing of IRA. At the age of 17 he was arrested while handing out leaflets and was convicted to ten years imprisonment only based on his membership in a terroristic organization. 50 years later Danny is travelling together with his daughter Una on the marks of his flight through today's Irland meeting his helpers and antagonists from back then. A film about the conflict in Northern Ireland from a completely new perspective about faith, blame and forgiveness.