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"Omagh"
2004
Directed by
Pete Travis

As Ireland prepares to vote in the Good Friday referendum of 1998, a bomb rips through a market square in the Northern Ireland town of Omagh, claiming the lives of 31 bystanders. Shot in a revealing verite-style, Pete Travis's extraordinary film explores the frustration, rage, and despair of a middle-aged man (Gerard McSorley) who loses his son in the explosion. Alternately scathing and sensitive, Travis's film is "suspenseful, moving, and immensely relevant to current affairs" (Human Rights Watch International Film Festival). With Michele Forbes and Brenda Fricker.  105 minutes.


 


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