Marcus Howard directed and edited this short film about a campaign to save and preserve Moore Street, the last stand of the Volunteers who fought in the 1916 Easter Rising. The historical houses, Numbers 18 and 19, are being threatened with demolition to make way for a shopping centre.
Relatives of those who fought in 1916 are interviewed and asked about the disputed historical significance of these houses and if they have a message for Minister for Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht Jimmy Deenihan.
Many people may say a shopping centre is progress but how far should one go to destroy an area with both historical and tourism potential? Will the spirit of Moore street and its heritage survive if a new shopping centre is built in this spot?