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Two leading figures of the Troubles, Protestant minister and leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Reverend Ian Paisley and Sinn Féin leader Martin McGuinness have arranged to meet in St Andrews to attempt to begin the peace process. Matters are complicated when, in the middle of negotiations, Paisley needs to leave to attend his 50th wedding anniversary celebrations in Belfast. Following protocol to reduce the risk of either politician being targeted, McGuinness is required to accompany Paisley on the journey from Scotland. The long car ride, which is chauffeured by an undercover MI5 agent under instruction to maintain goodwill between the pair, gives the two opportunity to air their differences frankly, and discover unexpected common ground.
Palme d'Or-winning Ken Loach film about Irish rebellion against British rule in the 1920s.
16+ years 122 mins
Docudrama about the leader of the 1972 civil rights march in Northern Ireland where the British Parachute Regiment shot dead 27 unarmed protesters.
16+ years 105 mins
Biopic of leading IRA figure Michael Collins, who inspired republicans to use violence to achieve a united Ireland before emerging as a peacemaker.
16+ years 133 mins
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