This documentary focuses on one of the most significant events of The Troubles which is largely unknown.
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In 1971 on a Catholic estate in Belfast eleven innocent people were killed by the British Army. Coming just six months before Bloody Sunday, this massacre was one of the most significant events of The Troubles, but is largely unknown.
A skilful mixture of investigative journalism, documentary storytelling and reflection on contemporary history, this film tells the story of the fight, by relatives and survivors, to discover the truth.