When Garda Sergeant Jack Driscoll (Owen McDonnell) receives a midnight call to investigate activity on an isolated beach in the West of Ireland, he unwittingly stumbles into the middle of a Dublin run undercover operation.
When Daniel O Malley, the son of a local trawlerman, dies in his arms that night, Jack's search for answers meets unexpected resistance from the Dublin detectives as they seek to bring down a bigger national prize.
Runtime: 50 minutes
Single-Handed - Classification of swords - Netflix
The English language terminology used in the classification of swords is imprecise and has varied widely over time. There is no historical dictionary for the universal names, classification or terminology of swords; a sword was simply called “sword” in whatever language the swordsmen spoke. Historical terms without a universal consensus of definition (i.e. “arming sword”, “broadsword”, “long sword,” etc.) were used to label weapons of similar appearance but of different historical periods, regional cultures and fabrication technology. These terms were often described in relation to other unrelated weapons, without regard to their intended use and fighting style. In modern history, many of these terms have been given specific, often arbitrary meanings that are unrelated to any of their historical meanings.
Single-Handed - Jian - Netflix
Jian (simplified Chinese: 剑; traditional Chinese: 劍; pinyin: jiàn; Cantonese: Gim) is a double-edged straight sword used during the last 2,500 years in China. The first Chinese sources that mention the jian date to the 7th century BC during the Spring and Autumn period; one of the earliest specimens being the Sword of Goujian. Historical one-handed versions have blades varying from 45 to 80 centimeters (18 to 31 inches) in length. The weight of an average sword of 70-centimetre (28-inch) blade-length would be in a range of approximately 700 to 900 grams (1.5 to 2 pounds). There are also larger two-handed versions used for training by many styles of Chinese martial arts.
Single-Handed - References - Netflix