Bloody Sunday

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Bloody Sunday (2002)
Director: Paul Greengrass
Actors: James Nesbitt, Allan Gildea, Tim Pigott-Smith
Runtime: 107 min

Bloody Sunday, also known as the Bogside Massacre, was an incident on 30 January 1972 in a neighborhood in Derry, the second largest city of Northern Ireland. British soldiers opened fire on a protest march of the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association against internment without trial that was introduced by the British administration a year earlier. The soldiers wounded 26 unarmed civilians, of which 13 were killed on the spot or died soon after wounding. This resulted in great rise of influence and recruitment into the IRA. Bloody Sunday is one of the most significant events during the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Based on actual events.

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