The story of Alan Corcoran’s unprecedented 500-kilometre sea swim for charity has all the hallmarks of a fascinating documentary. With the stunning backdrop of Northern Ireland and Ireland’s wild coastline, the story tells the succession of challenges faced during such a monumental undertaking. Raising €30,000 for cancer and stroke charities in memory of his dad, Milo, it’s a film that explores a person’s journey through grief, using the swimming project to channel negative emotions into a meaningful, hopeful, inspiring adventure.
‘Gritty’ Irish Examiner
‘Alan embodies the adventure, joy, and challenge of outdoor swimming’ The Outdoor Swimming Society
Unsinkable is a sincere and emotional story of resilience and determination…extremely positive and kind viewing experience…very enjoyable to watch unfold’ Film Carnage (Critic Review)
‘Unsinkable is a tale of glory and achievement borne from loss and pain’ Swimming World Magazine
‘As Irish adventures go, this has got to be one of the most extraordinary and difficult’ Sean Conway (author and adventurer)
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