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Omagh [DVD] 
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Bafta-winning made-for-TV drama that examines the human cost to those who survived the Real IRA bombing in Omagh on 15th August 1998. The film centres around the Gallacher family, who lost their son in the bombing, and the efforts of their father, Michael (Gerard McSorley), in his search for justice. Michael's role as chair of the Omagh Support Group, coupled with the dragging of heels and lack of transparency by the Royal Ulster Constabulary and Special Branch, places added strain on his relationship with his wife, and raises questions about whether the bombings will ever be solved.
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The aftermath of the bombing - the fragility of the human body, the shock of the people, the anxiety of father searching for missing son - all this is chillingly portrayed with deep humanity and an absence of sensationalism, but with no punches pulled either. Gerard McSorley as Michael Gallagher, excellent throughout, is superb here.
In the post-bomb meeting of the families of the victims (the Omagh Support Group) Michael Gallagher's impassioned plea for unity and solidarity across sectarian divides mirrors the ongoing (though largely unchronicled outside NI) efforts towards integration of the immense majority of the people of Northern Ireland. The film then enters the Kafkaesque world of bureaucracy as the victims seek to discover the truth. If the film has an unfinished feel to it then it's because this story is indeed unfinished.
Be prepaired for one hell of a beginning and drama that will knock you off your seats.
And all of the characters in the movie did a great job.
I can't say much without ruining it... So get a copy and enjoy it as much as I did.
Good acting by all concerned and and hour and 40 mins well spent.
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