- Status: Released
- Movie Tagline:
- Genres: Drama, History
- Release Date: 2002-01-16
- Runtime: 107.0 min
- Budget: Not Available
- Revenue: $0.8 million
- Production Companies: Portman Entertainment Group, Screen Ireland, Hell’s Kitchen Films, Granada Television
Cast & Crew
James Nesbitt, Allan Gildea, Gerard Crossan, Mary Moulds, Carmel McCallion, Tim Pigott, Smith, Nicholas Farrell, Christopher Villiers, James Hewitt, Declan Duddy, Edel Frazer, Joanne Lindsay, Mike Edwards, Gerry Hammond, Jason Stammers, Ken Williams, Bryan Watts, Simon Mann, Rhidian Bridge, Johnny O’Donnell, David Clayton Rogers, Sean O’Kane, Thomas McEleney, Deirdre Irvine, Gerry Newton, David Pearse, Gerard McSorley, Kathy Kiera Clarke
Synopsis – What to Expect from “Bloody Sunday”
Bloody Sunday is a 2002 British-Irish historical drama film about the 1972 Bloody Sunday incident in Derry, Northern Ireland. The film was directed by Paul Greengrass and stars James Nesbitt as Ivan Cooper, a Protestant civil rights activist who led a peaceful march that turned into a massacre when British soldiers opened fire on the protesters.
The film follows the events leading up to Bloody Sunday, including the buildup of tension between the British military and the Irish Republican Army, the decision to allow the march to go ahead, and the tragic consequences of that decision. The film also follows the aftermath of the massacre, as the British government attempts to cover up the events and the families of the victims seek justice.
The film opens with a scene of the march on the morning of 30 January 1972, as people gather in the Bogside area of Derry to join the march. As the march begins, the British troops arrive and tensions rise. The troops attempt to stop the march, but the protesters continue on, determined to make their voices heard.
As the march reaches its destination, the British Army opens fire on the protesters, killing 14 people and injuring many more. The film follows the events of the day, as the British government attempts to cover up the events and the families of the victims seek justice.
The film culminates in a scene of the families of the victims gathering in the Bogside area of Derry to commemorate the victims. The film ends
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