Movie Time, Folks: ‘A Sense Of Loss’….

The French-German film maker Marcel Ophuls is best known for ‘The Sorrow And The Pity’, his film on French collaboration with the Nazi occupation during the Second World War. But he also made a memorable film about Northern Ireland, actually mostly Belfast, in the early years of the Troubles. ‘A Sense Of Loss’ has many defects, not least it is about an hour too long, but it captures the time very well. You can watch it here…

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