Thats what I want to know? This whole film was basically about Pat O'Donnell and his struggles at sea against the solitaire etc, and very interesting it is too, but it is frankly incredible that we don't get a simple mention, even at least in the closing credits, that O'Donnell's boat right in the middle of all this was hijacked by armed men with foreign accents and scuttled. Wille Corduff, who is also, rightly, highlighted in the film, was likewise beaten up very badly in mysterious circumstances which again went unmentioned. To be honest my heart sank when I read about funding from the Irish film board etc, and it will take a lot to persuade me that they didn't have a hand in that select and deadly censorship, which does cast quite a cloud over the integrity of the producers of the film. Its a very interesting film otherwise though....but again bizarre no mention of the attack on him at gunpoint and the scuttling of his boat for example.