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* WriterOnBoard: The film is pretty obviously a TakeThat against the government of UsefulNotes/MargaretThatcher, going much further than most. [[spoiler: The plot involves a conspiracy where she, with the aid of factions within big business and the military, used black propaganda to discredit Conservative Party leader Edward Heath so she could replace him in 1975. After this she was successfully elected Prime Minister, taking hard-line measures to fight their foes: the labor unions and IRA.]]

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* WriterOnBoard: The film is pretty obviously a TakeThat against the government of UsefulNotes/MargaretThatcher, going much further than most. [[spoiler: The plot involves a conspiracy where she, with the aid of factions within big business and the military, used black propaganda to discredit Conservative Party leader Edward Heath so she could replace him in 1975. After this she was successfully elected Prime Minister, taking hard-line measures to fight their foes: the labor unions and IRA.]]]]
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A 1990 political thriller film centered upon UsefulNotes/TheTroubles, directed by Ken Loach and starring Creator/FrancesMcDormand and Creator/BrianCox.

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A 1990 political thriller film centered upon UsefulNotes/TheTroubles, directed by Ken Loach Creator/KenLoach and starring Creator/FrancesMcDormand and Creator/BrianCox.


* StrokeCountry: The setting and plot involve Northern Ireland, along with its late [[UsefulNotes/TheTroubles troubles]].


A 1990 political thriller film centered upon TheTroubles, directed by Ken Loach and starring Creator/FrancesMcDormand and Creator/BrianCox.

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A 1990 political thriller film centered upon TheTroubles, UsefulNotes/TheTroubles, directed by Ken Loach and starring Creator/FrancesMcDormand and Creator/BrianCox.



* StrokeCountry: The setting and plot involve Northern Ireland, along with its late [[TheTroubles troubles]].

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* StrokeCountry: The setting and plot involve Northern Ireland, along with its late [[TheTroubles [[UsefulNotes/TheTroubles troubles]].


* WriterOnBoard: The film is pretty obviously a TakeThat against the government of MargaretThatcher, going much further than most. [[spoiler: The plot involves a conspiracy where she, with the aid of factions within big business and the military, used black propaganda to discredit Conservative Party leader Edward Heath so she could replace him in 1975. After this she was successfully elected Prime Minister, taking hard-line measures to fight their foes: the labor unions and IRA.]]

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* WriterOnBoard: The film is pretty obviously a TakeThat against the government of MargaretThatcher, UsefulNotes/MargaretThatcher, going much further than most. [[spoiler: The plot involves a conspiracy where she, with the aid of factions within big business and the military, used black propaganda to discredit Conservative Party leader Edward Heath so she could replace him in 1975. After this she was successfully elected Prime Minister, taking hard-line measures to fight their foes: the labor unions and IRA.]]


A 1990 film by Ken Loach centered upon TheTroubles, starring Creator/FrancesMcDormand and Creator/BrianCox.

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A 1990 political thriller film by Ken Loach centered upon TheTroubles, directed by Ken Loach and starring Creator/FrancesMcDormand and Creator/BrianCox.


A 1990 film by Ken Loach centered upon TheTroubles starring Creator/FrancesMcDormand and Creator/BrianCox. [=McDormand=] plays Ingrid Jessner, an American human rights activist whose colleague Paul Sullivan (Brad Dourif) is killed while investigating allegations of criminal acts by the British government in Northern Ireland, such as the murder and torture of IRA suspects. While in the company of an IRA sympathizer who claims to have knowledge of doings even shadier than this, both are shot to death by masked gunmen. In the aftermath, police claim they ran a barricade and were lawfully fired upon. Inspector Peter Kerrigan (Cox) is sent in from England to investigate, as it's felt the locals are too compromised. A tape recording is discovered that reveals a conspiracy at the highest levels of the British government...

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A 1990 film by Ken Loach centered upon TheTroubles TheTroubles, starring Creator/FrancesMcDormand and Creator/BrianCox. Creator/BrianCox.

[=McDormand=] plays Ingrid Jessner, an American human rights activist whose colleague Paul Sullivan (Brad Dourif) is killed while investigating allegations of criminal acts by the British government in Northern Ireland, such as the murder and torture of IRA suspects. While in the company of an IRA sympathizer who claims to have knowledge of doings even shadier than this, both are shot to death by masked gunmen. In the aftermath, police claim they ran a barricade and were lawfully fired upon. Inspector Peter Kerrigan (Cox) is sent in from England to investigate, as it's felt the locals are too compromised. A tape recording is discovered that reveals a conspiracy at the highest levels of the British government...government...


A 1990 film by KenLoach centered upon TheTroubles starring Creator/FrancesMcDormand and Creator/BrianCox. [=McDormand=] plays Ingrid Jessner, an American human rights activist whose colleague Paul Sullivan (Brad Dourif) is killed while investigating allegations of criminal acts by the British government in Northern Ireland, such as the murder and torture of IRA suspects. While in the company of an IRA sympathizer who claims to have knowledge of doings even shadier than this, both are shot to death by masked gunmen. In the aftermath, police claim they ran a barricade and were lawfully fired upon. Inspector Peter Kerrigan (Cox) is sent in from England to investigate, as it's felt the locals are too compromised. A tape recording is discovered that reveals a conspiracy at the highest levels of the British government...

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A 1990 film by KenLoach Ken Loach centered upon TheTroubles starring Creator/FrancesMcDormand and Creator/BrianCox. [=McDormand=] plays Ingrid Jessner, an American human rights activist whose colleague Paul Sullivan (Brad Dourif) is killed while investigating allegations of criminal acts by the British government in Northern Ireland, such as the murder and torture of IRA suspects. While in the company of an IRA sympathizer who claims to have knowledge of doings even shadier than this, both are shot to death by masked gunmen. In the aftermath, police claim they ran a barricade and were lawfully fired upon. Inspector Peter Kerrigan (Cox) is sent in from England to investigate, as it's felt the locals are too compromised. A tape recording is discovered that reveals a conspiracy at the highest levels of the British government...


A 1990 film centered around TheTroubles starring Creator/FrancesMcDormand and Creator/BrianCox. [=McDormand=] plays Ingrid Jessner, an American human rights activist whose colleague Paul Sullivan (Brad Dourif) is killed while investigating allegations of criminal acts by the British government in Northern Ireland, such as the murder and torture of IRA suspects. While in the company of an IRA sympathizer who claims to have knowledge of doings even shadier than this, both are shot to death by masked gunmen. In the aftermath, police claim they ran a barricade and were lawfully fired upon. Inspector Peter Kerrigan (Cox) is sent in from England to investigate, as it's felt the locals are too compromised. A tape recording is discovered that reveals a conspiracy at the highest levels of the British government...

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A 1990 film by KenLoach centered around upon TheTroubles starring Creator/FrancesMcDormand and Creator/BrianCox. [=McDormand=] plays Ingrid Jessner, an American human rights activist whose colleague Paul Sullivan (Brad Dourif) is killed while investigating allegations of criminal acts by the British government in Northern Ireland, such as the murder and torture of IRA suspects. While in the company of an IRA sympathizer who claims to have knowledge of doings even shadier than this, both are shot to death by masked gunmen. In the aftermath, police claim they ran a barricade and were lawfully fired upon. Inspector Peter Kerrigan (Cox) is sent in from England to investigate, as it's felt the locals are too compromised. A tape recording is discovered that reveals a conspiracy at the highest levels of the British government...


* MysteriousInformant: A Captain Harris, who claims to have been with British military intelligence and have information in the form of a tape recording that shows a conspiracy high in the government.

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* MysteriousInformant: A Captain Harris, who claims to have been with British military intelligence and have information in the form of a tape recording that shows a conspiracy high in the government.

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* StrokeCountry: The setting and plot involve Northern Ireland, along with its late [[TheTroubles troubles]].


* WriterOnBoard: The film is pretty obviously a TakeThat against the government of MargaretThatcher, going much further than most. [[spoiler: The film involves a conspiracy where she, with the aid of factions within big business and the military, used black propaganda to discredit Conservative Party leader Edward Heath so she could replace him in 1975. After this she was successfully elected Prime Minister, taking hard-line measures to fight their foes: the labor unions and IRA.]]

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* WriterOnBoard: The film is pretty obviously a TakeThat against the government of MargaretThatcher, going much further than most. [[spoiler: The film plot involves a conspiracy where she, with the aid of factions within big business and the military, used black propaganda to discredit Conservative Party leader Edward Heath so she could replace him in 1975. After this she was successfully elected Prime Minister, taking hard-line measures to fight their foes: the labor unions and IRA.]]


* WriterOnBoard: The film is pretty obviously a TakeThat against the government of MargaretThatcher, going much further than most [[spoiler: with a claim that she, along with allies in the military and business, used black propaganda to discredit Conservative Party leader Edward Heath so she could replace him in 1975, clearing the way for her election as Prime Minister]].

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* WriterOnBoard: The film is pretty obviously a TakeThat against the government of MargaretThatcher, going much further than most most. [[spoiler: The film involves a conspiracy where she, with a claim that she, along with allies in the military aid of factions within big business and business, the military, used black propaganda to discredit Conservative Party leader Edward Heath so she could replace him in 1975, clearing the way for her election as 1975. After this she was successfully elected Prime Minister]].Minister, taking hard-line measures to fight their foes: the labor unions and IRA.]]


A 1990 film centered around TheTroubles starring Creator/FrancesMcDormand and Creator/BrianCox. [=McDormand=] plays Ingrid Jessner, an American human rights activist whose colleague Paul Sullivan (Brad Dourif) is killed while investigating allegations of criminal acts by the British government in Northern Ireland, such as the murder and torture of IRA suspects. While in the company of an IRA sympathizer who claims to have knowledge of doings even shadier than this, both are shot to death by masked gunmen. In the aftermath, police claim they ran a barricade and were lawfully fired upon. Inspector Peter Kerrigan (Cox) is sent in from England to investigate, as it's felt the locals are too compromised. A tape recording is discovered that reveals a conspiracy which had earth-shaking ramifications for the entire United Kingdom...

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A 1990 film centered around TheTroubles starring Creator/FrancesMcDormand and Creator/BrianCox. [=McDormand=] plays Ingrid Jessner, an American human rights activist whose colleague Paul Sullivan (Brad Dourif) is killed while investigating allegations of criminal acts by the British government in Northern Ireland, such as the murder and torture of IRA suspects. While in the company of an IRA sympathizer who claims to have knowledge of doings even shadier than this, both are shot to death by masked gunmen. In the aftermath, police claim they ran a barricade and were lawfully fired upon. Inspector Peter Kerrigan (Cox) is sent in from England to investigate, as it's felt the locals are too compromised. A tape recording is discovered that reveals a conspiracy which had earth-shaking ramifications for at the entire United Kingdom...highest levels of the British government...

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