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BLOODY SUNDAY


Year: 2001
USA: Paramount Classics
UK: Feature Film Company
Cast: James Nesbitt, Tim Pigott-Smith, Nicholas Farrell, Gerard McSorley, Kathy Keira Clarke, Allan Gildea, Gerard Crossan, Mary Moulds, Carmel McCallion, Christopher Villiers, James Hewitt, Declan Duddy, Edel Frazer, Joanne Lindsay, Mike Edwards, Gerry Hammond, Jason Stammers, Ken Williams, Bryan Watts, Simon Mann, Rhidian Bridge, Johnathon O'Donnel, David Rogers, Sean O'Kane, Thomas McEleney, Deirdre Irvine, Gerry Newton, Ross MacDonald, Jim Alexander, James Scott, Grainne Costello, Don Mullan, David Pearse, Charles Oakden, Bruce Alexander, Jason Muir, Tim Clark, Matt Ashenden, Daryl Auckland, Rita Hamill, Robert O'Conner, Kevin McCallion, James McLaughlin, Graham Harrison, Oliver Maguire, Darren Healy, Simon Emberley, Raymond Cullen, Tony Bates, Kevin Meehan, Mark Redhead, Ian Dray Eva Birthistle
Director: Paul Greengrass
Countries: Ireland / UK
USA: 107 mins
UK: 110 mins
USA Rated: R for violence and language
UK Certificate: 15 contains strong language and moderate violence
USA Release Date: 4 October 2002 (Limited Release - New York)
UK Release Date: 25 January 2002

Synopsis

Based around the real-life events of the infamous 1972 civil rights march that took place in Derry, Northern Ireland, it stars the popular comedy actor, James Nesbitt (COLD FEET - British TV comedy series) in the controversial lead of this strikingly docu-drama focused film. He plays MP Ivan Cooper, organiser of the peace demonstration against the imprisonment of Irish people without a fair trial and attempts to make his way through the city with his supporters. However the British army is keen to clean up the streets no matter what it takes and the rest, as they say, is history.










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