Award-winning director Callum Macrae tells the unknown story of the death of eleven innocent people, killed by the British Army on a Catholic estate in Ballymurphy, Belfast in 1971. Though the massacre is widely unknown, this significant event in The Troubles led directly to Bloody Sunday months later.
Director Callum Macrea adeptly blends investigative journalism with documentary storytelling to offer a powerful reflection on contemporary history. This film listens to the accounts of civilian witnesses and victims, silenced by the media and government as they continue to fight for the truth behind this concealed historical moment.
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