I, Dolours

Movie • 2018  

Report
Dolours Price, the infamous IRA radical convicted of bombing England's Old Bailey in 1973, granted a series of revealing interviews in 2010 on the strict condition of their posthumous release. The interviews, brought to life through vividly cinematic reenactments, uncover the birth of her fierce commitment to Irish Republicanism. Price revisits the bombing and the 200-day hunger strike that followed, and discusses her role in the disappearances of some suspected Republican informants. With 2018 marking the 20th anniversary since the signing of the Good Friday Agreement, and 50 years since the start of the Troubles, filmmaker Maurice Sweeney presents an eye-opening portrait of a once passionate, now disillusioned nationalist whose clarity of purpose both inspired allegiance and promised terror for so many.
Your Triggers
Does the dog die?
231 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
0
Unanswered Triggers
Are animals abused?
129 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
0
Is someone sexually assaulted?
124 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
0
Does a cat die?
114 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
0
Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
110 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
0
Does a pet die?
101 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
0
Were animals harmed in the making?
82 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
0
Yes
0
No
0
Is a child abused?
77 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
0
Is there pedophilia?
75 supporters
Add comment
Yes
0
No
0