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SUNDAY

by Charles McDougall

synopsis

On Sunday 30 January 1972 a peaceful civil rights march against internment (imprisonment without trial), organised by the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association, ended with 13 marchers shot dead and 15 wounded. It became known throughout the world as Bloody Sunday, an event that was seen as a defining moment in Irish/British relations.

international title: SUNDAY
original title: SUNDAY
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Channel 4 International
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Charles McDougall
film run: 92'
screenplay: Jimmy McGovern
cast: Ciaran McMenamin, Eva Birthistle, Christopher Eccleston, Brid Brennan, Julieann Campbell, Barry Mullan, Michael Byrne
cinematography by: Barry Ackroyd
film editing: Barrie Vince
art director: Stephen Fineren
costumes designer: Barbara Kidd
music: Adrian Johnston
producer: Gub Neal, Stephen Gargan, Catriona McKenzie
production: Sunday Productions Ltd, Gaslight Productions (UK)
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