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71 (2014)

Certification15 Our Rating

Belfast, 1971: a young, rookie soldier, Gary Hook, is sent on his first field operation as the British military deploy emergency troops to try to suppress the increasing violence.
When their first mission sparks a riot, Gary is accidentally abandoned by his unit in the frenzy. Unable to tell friend from foe, the raw recruit must survive the night and find his way back to base through a disorientating, alien and deadly landscape. 

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A Belfast Story explores life after terrorism. Set in a city which has weathered hundreds of years of hatred, 30 years of bombs, and a war without winners, just victims.  One man, weary of doing right, must find those from the past violence who refuse to go quietly into the night. &n find out more...


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Martin Fallon is an IRA bomber who tries to blow up a troop truck but instead kills a bus load of school children. He loses heart and quits the movement and find out more...


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Set during the 1980's in Belfast, we follow two uneasy business partners, one Catholic the other Protestant, as they attempt to corner the lucrative market in hairpieces with the help of a dangerously unstable wig salesman. An Everlasting Piece is a valiant attempt at offbeat but socially aware British comedy by the director Barry Levinson, better known for movies such as 'Rain Man' and 'Good Morning Vietnam'; Can't say he really hits the spot but the film is not without charm. find out more...
ANGEL (2007)

Certification15 Our Rating

Superb apocalyptic tale of a young sax player, who witnesses a brutal, sectarian, terrorist bombing in a dancehall and becomes steadily more involved in trying to find the killers, pursuing them through the towns and countryside of Armagh. "Ostensibly a naturalistic thriller, but reaching beyond to hyper-realism and surrealism, Angel carries subtle echoes of Bu˝uel and early Scorsese films but remains uniquely true to its time and place - contemporary Ireland." find out more...

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A harrowing and necessarily disturbing re-enactment of the terrible events that took place on January 30th 1972, when soldiers of the parachute regiment shot dead 13 unarmed civilians. The exact truth of events is not fully known even today, but the killings, on what would become known as "Bloody Sunday", must bare much responsibility for the escalation of violence in Northern Ireland. A conflict lost in blind hatred, where religious denomination became the focus for morally defunct and murderou find out more...

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Martin McGartland was an unemployed Republican fence, a petty crime that led to the IRA kneecapping of his partner. Picked up by the police he soon found himself operating as both an informer for his Special Branch handler, Fergus, with whom he developed a close relationship, and at tremendous risk, infiltrating and moving up within the ranks of the Provos while routinely betraying their activities; the title coming from the 50 murders that it is believed Martin directly prevented. 'Fifty Dead M find out more...

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Starting out in the 70s we see Protestant bad boy, Little, flaunting his manhood by murdering a Catholic in front of the victim's kid brother, Joe. Flash forward to the current day and we see a TV show attempting to arrange a filmed meeting between the now smooth and reformed, media savvy Little and the hate filled, neurotic Joe. find out more...

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A superb drama-documentary which won Ken Loach a top award at the Cannes Film Festival. The events revolve around the alleged shoot-to-kill policy in Northern Ireland and centre on an English policeman who runs up against a web of lies, intrigue and violence. A tense, enthralling thriller. find out more...
HUNGER (2007)

Certification15 Our Rating

Bobby Sands was the IRA member who led the 1981 Long Kesh hunger strike as part of a campaign to achieve the status of political prisoners and not that of criminals. The first section of film deals with daily prison life, the 'dirty' protest and the violence, the second is a long discussion on the meaning of life with a sympathetic priest and the third depicts the last weeks and death of a man voluntarily dying of starvation. find out more...