R | | Drama, History, War
A dramatization of the Irish civil rights protest march and subsequent massacre by British troops on January 30, 1972.
To make this movie as authentic as possible, no lights were used in the movie and the camera work was entirely hand-held
Chief Supt. Lagan:
You call that minimum force?
The marchers carry homemade cardboard signs with slogans written on them. When shown from behind, some have modern printing ("Made in China") on them that are not appropriate for 1972.
The live rendition of U2's Sunday, Bloody Sunday continues to play for a full three minutes over a black screen after the credits finish rolling.
$29,419 6 October 2002
Check out some of our favorite Hollywood couples who found romance together on screen and in real life.