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Bloody Sunday (2002) Poster

(2002)

Release Info

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Release Dates 

USA 16 January 2002 (Sundance Film Festival)
UK 20 January 2002 (TV premiere)
UK 25 January 2002 (London)
UK 1 February 2002 (limited)
Germany 7 February 2002 (Berlin International Film Festival)
Hungary 4 April 2002 (Irish Film Week)
Portugal 19 April 2002
Portugal 19 April 2002 (limited)
Italy 3 May 2002
Poland 21 June 2002
Greece 15 September 2002 (Athens Film Festival)
Spain 22 September 2002 (San Sebastián Film Festival)
Israel 26 September 2002
Greece 27 September 2002
Canada 29 September 2002 (Vancouver International Film Festival)
Australia 3 October 2002
USA 4 October 2002 (limited)
USA 6 October 2002 (Chicago International Film Festival)
France 15 October 2002 (Cherbourg-Octeville Festival of Irish and British Film)
USA 15 October 2002 (New Orleans Film Festival)
Hungary 17 October 2002
Turkey 18 October 2002
Canada 25 October 2002 (limited)
France 30 October 2002
Norway 23 November 2002 (Oslo International Film Festival)
Belgium 29 January 2003
Netherlands 30 January 2003
Spain 21 February 2003
Czech Republic 8 March 2003 (European Union Film Festival)
Sweden 9 May 2003
Denmark 18 August 2003 (Copenhagen International Film Festival)
Iceland 29 August 2003 (British Film Festival)
Slovenia 11 September 2003
New Zealand 2 October 2003
Denmark 31 October 2003
Argentina 19 November 2003 (video premiere)
South Korea 18 June 2004
Japan 23 July 2004 (DVD premiere)
Germany 20 December 2004
Mexico 7 January 2005 (TV premiere)
Finland 4 September 2007 (TV premiere)
Japan 9 February 2008 (Northern Ireland Film Festival)
Finland 1 July 2009 (DVD premiere)

Also Known As (AKA) 

Argentina (video title) Domingo sangriento
Australia (TV title) Sunday
Bulgaria (Bulgarian title) Кървава неделя
Brazil Domingo Sangrento
Spain Bloody Sunday
Finland (TV title) (Swedish title) Blodig söndag
Finland (DVD title) Bloody Sunday - verinen sunnuntai
Finland (TV title) Verinen sunnuntai
France Bloody Sunday
Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title) Matomeni Kyriaki
Greece Ματωμένη Κυριακή
Hungary Véres vasárnap
Poland Krwawa niedziela
Portugal Domingo Sangrento
Romania Duminica însângerata
Serbia Krvava nedelja
Russia Кровавое воскресенье
Turkey (Turkish title) Kanli pazar

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