After a sell-out screening at Curzon Soho cinema last year, 'The Ballymurphy Precent', from award-winning director Callum Macrae, is now showing exclusively on Curzon Home Cinema.
This is the story of the killing of eleven innocent people by the British Army on a Catholic estate in Belfast in 1971, and the fight by their relatives and survivors to discover the truth.
The Ballymurphy Massacre is one that few have heard of outside of the North of Ireland, yet it was one of the most significant events of the Troubles, coming as it did in the first days of internment and six months before Bloody Sunday. Macrae's film is s skilful mixture of investigative journalism, documentary storytelling and a reflection on contemporary history.
★★★★ "Director Callum Macrae does an impressive job of sketching out a history of the Troubles" - Cath Clarke, The Guardian