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Young Triffie

Set in Swyers' Harbour, G.D. Bay, Newfoundland in 1948, Young Triffie is a murderously comic tale of intrigue, disorder, and madness. Alan Hepditch, the unlucky, young Newfoundland Ranger is sent out to the isolated outport to investigate a mere sheep-shagging. But young Hepditch is not prepared for what awaits him in Swyers' Harbour, and he is in way over his head as he finds himself face and eyes in the middle of a vicious murder. He desperately tries to navigate the mysterious workings of outport life. From the time young Triffie’s dead body washes ashore in Swyers Harbour, everything is turned upside down in the quiet life of the locals. Of course, all of them seem perfectly respectable at first glance, but young Hepditch, as he goes further into his investigation, discovers many mysteries, intrigues and secrets. Bloodily funny, cruelly amusing, the laughter never lets up in Young Triffie. Ranger Alan Hepditch gets way more than he bargained for when he tries to solve this murderously twisted plot.


89 min


  • Feature Film


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  • Director

    Mary Walsh

  • Screenwriters

    Mary Walsh

    Christian Murray

    Ray Guy

  • Director of photography

    Eric Cayla

  • Art director

    Stephen Osler