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'71

by Yann Demange

synopsis

1971, and the conflict in Northern Ireland is escalating towards civil war. Young English recruit Gary is called into action in Belfast. The situation in the city is confusing and challenging – even for experienced military commanders. The town is divided into ‘loyal’ Protestant and ‘hostile’ Catholic areas. Both parties have paramilitary units; in addition, radical street gangs and undercover agents from all sides are trying to assert their interests on their own initiative. During a patrol, the soldiers become embroiled in a scuffle and one of them loses their weapon. Gary and a fellow soldier follow the thief who disappears into the crowd. Suddenly Gary is having to fend for himself alone in the midst of enemy territory. His journey back to his base that night is an odyssey filled with uncertainty, fear and desperation.

international title: '71
original title: '71
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Protagonist Pictures
year: 2014
genre: fiction
directed by: Yann Demange
film run: 100'
release date: GB 10/10/2014, SE 10/10/2014, FR 05/11/2014
screenplay: Gregory Burke
cast: Jack O'Connell, Sean Harris, Paul Anderson, Charlie Murphy, David Wilmot, Sam Reid, Sam Hazeldine, Barry Keoghan
cinematography by: Tat Radcliffe
film editing: Chris Wyatt
art director: Nigel Pollock
costumes designer: Jane Petrie
producer: Robin Gutch, Angus Lamont
production: Crab Apple Films, Warp Films
distributor: Good Films, Ad Vitam, StudioCanal

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main awards/selection

Berlin International Film Festival 2014 In competition
Beaune Film Festival 2014 
Karlovy Vary Film Festival 2014 
Jerusalem Film Festival 2014 
Toronto International Film Festival 2014 
New York Film Festival 2014
Belgrade Film Festival 2015Best Debut Film Award
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