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Director Ken Loach is best known for making ultra-realistic films about Britain's social problems. Hidden Agenda adds an interesting twist: it has the same feel as his other films - many scenes could easily come from a documentary instead of a fictional film - but it's also a tense conspiracy thriller. Two American human rights activists arrive in Belfast at the height of Northern Ireland's Troubles (a 30-year conflict over the constitutional status of Northern Ireland) and stumble across all kinds of dark dealings, which reach every part of the Britain's security forces and the government.
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