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A Quiet Day in Belfast (1974)

 -  Drama  -  17 May 1974 (Canada)
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A brutally realistic drama dealing with the conflict between northern Irish "patriots" and British soldiers.

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Barry Foster ...
John Slattery
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Brigit Slattery / Thelma Slattery
Sean McCann ...
Peter O'Lurgan
Leo Leyden ...
Charlie McLarnon
Mel Tuck ...
Tim Horgan
Joyce Campion ...
Mrs. McDuatt
Sean Mulcahy ...
Mike Mahoney
Emmet Bergin ...
Jack Jameson
Donald Reynolds ...
Boy Heckler
Antony Parr ...
Mr. Collins (as Anthony Parr)
David Stewart ...
Major McGinnis
Gillie Fenwick ...
Mr. Harrowgate
Robert McKenna ...
Harry Doherty
Syd Brown ...
Fiddler McGinn (as Sid Brown)
Gerald Crack ...
Nigel Godfrey
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A brutally realistic drama dealing with the conflict between northern Irish "patriots" and British soldiers.

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Gritty and realistic drama.
14 January 2000 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

This film is a gritty and realistic depiction of the impact of sectarian conflict and violence in Northern Ireland on family and community life. Vengeance follows vengeance in a well-orchestrated and credible plot. Noteworthy for one of Margot Kidder's best performances.


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