Years before director Michael Moore came on the scene, Irish-born journalist Peter Lennon exposed the truth of a repressed, suppressed and censored country, and the hypocrisy of church, politics and state, through a series of 'innocent' interviews of patriotic sportsmen, priests, censors and 'brainwashed' children.
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While the film was not officially banned, the Irish government did try to prevent it from being screened. Apart from a seven-week run at a Dublin cinema, it was shown only sporadically until it was restored and eventually released on DVD in 2004. See more