In 1993 a bomb on a busy Saturday leads to a week of gruesome tit for tat violence. There have been many false dawns in the conflict, but finally the desire for change propels the possibility of peace for the next generation. But at what cost?
14 bloody days in March 1988 mark a new level of harrowing savagery. Tensions rise as the British police and army infiltrate all paramilitary organisations to gain intelligence. No one can be trusted as fear and suspicion run rife.
Powerful documentary about ordinary people caught up in the Northern Ireland conflict. The devastating impact of the hunger strikes as seen through the eyes of three women. Tit for tat killings, car bombs and assassinations are now part of everyday life.
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