The theme per se is a known one. Bloody Sunday and what happened on that day over 30 years ago. I haven't seen Paul Greengrass movie, with the same theme, and I didn't have the best knowledge of all the facts, so this movie suited me well.
It does roll up the events that happened in 3 parts (it was shot for TV, so I guess the breaks are/were made for commercials ... but they still shot it on film). The story is told through the eyes of a woman, who was at the "crime" scene, back then. She's now a reporter and wants the truth to be made public. This all centres around a newly opened (then) enquiry. That was almost 10 years ago when that happened. Now even if you know the "result", beforehand I'm sure you'll find this documentary engaging enough.
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