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Daughters of the Troubles| 54mins
Director: Marcia Rock | Producer: Marcia Rock
Focus Years: 1997 | Country: United States
Subject Tags: americas, gender, global, human rights, identity, race, united states, violence
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
The documentary focuses on the social impact of decades of political upheaval—25 years to be exact, in Northern Ireland's capital. Belfast first erupted in violence in August, 1969 and British military troops patrolled her streets until February, 1995. A whole generation of young people grew up knowing nothing but the bitterness of a divided city and the ever present horror of death. It also offers a new perspective—the history of Northern Ireland's Troubles told from the point of view of the women.
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