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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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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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Only the title lets you know this is supposed to be Belfast
26 December 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I bought this movie as a present for my da who was born and raised in Belfast. He watched it with my mum and his older sister (also born and raised in Belfast). When I walked in on them and found them crying I thought that this must be a tremendous movie until I realized they were crying from laughing so hard! Then I heard the accents! My cat sounds more like a Belfast native then these actors! I had to apologize as I didn't realize when I got them the movie that this was supposed to be a comedy! Someone didn't do their homework! If you want to see a good movie, see Bloody Sunday. That was outstanding and gave you a true insight into the troubles! Or get the Rebel Heart. Based on a true story. This was all over the place.


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