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.
Introduction by Pete Travis, Foreword by Michael Gallagher, Commentary by Pete Travis and Michael Gallagher
Release Date: 03 March 2008
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
Sound: Dolby Digital
Main Language: English