A trailer has been released for the award-winning film "An Irish Angel," about a secondary school girl from the wrong side of the tracks in Northern Ireland. The film is set to be released next month on digital.

The coming-of-age comedy-drama from director Danny Patrick ("The Irish Connection") features a shining all-star cast, including Julian Glover ("Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade," "Troy," "Game Of Thrones"), Jamie Winstone ("Love, Rosie,""Kidulthood"), Baz Black ("Kin," "Dublin Murders") and talented newcomer Niamh James.

Winning Best Film at Cannes World Film Festival 2023, this heaven-sent feature is set for its UK debut on April 15, courtesy of Miracle Media.

A synopsis for the film reads: "Life is far from straightforward for Aine (James), a teenager growing up on the wrong side of the tracks, in Portrush, Northern Ireland.

"The upcoming school play is the least of Aine’s worries. Not only must she grapple with religion, suicidal thoughts and help care for her terminally ill
grandmother (Kathy Deehan)... but she is also expecting a baby.

"As she attempts to navigate her pregnancy and move on with her life – she relies heavily on those around her, including hardworking mother Margaret (Amanda Doherty – The Fall), supportive drama teacher Ellie (Winstone), Father Reitel (Glover) and best friends Leo (Tod Bell) and Corinna (Ania Lee 

"With her nearest and dearest facing their own challenges – will they be able to pull together and help Aine through this difficult time?

"Count your blessings for An Irish Angel, a compelling tale of resilience that will resonate with audiences of all ages."

Watch the trailer for "An Irish Angel":