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Bloody Sunday

Krwawa niedziela · dir. Paul Greengrass
Ireland, Great Britain 2002, 107’

Screenings

07/01, 18:45 · Kino Centrum

Trailer

This film, co-produced by Jim Sheridan, is a feature presenting the dramatic events that took place on 30th January 1972, in Northern Ireland, when a peaceful march set off from the outskirts of Derry (mostly inhabited by Catholics), organised by the Civil Rights Association. The central character here is Ivan Cooper (James Nesbitt), a protestant and local political activist. Despite the efforts of the organisers, there was a bloody clash with the British Army, which claimed the lives of 14 people. That event, which was later on called Bloody Sunday, became a turning point in the centuries-old conflict between the Irish — the majority of them being Catholic — and the British, mostly Protestant-oriented. After the massacre in Derry, Northern Ireland faced the menace of civil war. Many young people joined the IRA, a Catholic terrorist organisation, and the Protestant UVF, which triggered a cycle of violence that has lasted for many generations.

Director:Paul Greengrass
Screenplay:Paul Greengrass
Music:Dominic Muldowney
Cinematography:Ivan Strasburg
Editing:Clare Douglas
Cast:James Nesbitt, Allan Gildea, Gerard Crossan
Awards:Najlepsze telewizyjne zdjęcia i światło – BAFTA / Best TV Editing and Light, BAFTA (2003); Nagroda Jury Ekumenicznego – Najlepszy film w konkursie – Berlinale / Ecumenical Film Prize – Best Film in the Competition – Berlinale (2002); Nagroda Publiczności w konkursie Kino Światowe – Sundance / World Cinema Audience Award – Sundance (2002)