Bernadette: Notes On A Political Journey (2011)
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The story of Bernadette Devlin McAliskey's remarkable political life is told in Lelia Doolan's inquisitive documentary, which combines remarkable archive footage with intimate interviews conducted with its subject over the last ten years. A member of the People's Democracy movement in Northern Ireland in the late 1960s, Bernadette Devlin was elected MP for Mid-Ulster when she was 21 years-old and still a student, and briefly rattled the Wilson government and the Westminster establishment. She
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A journey through time chronicling the legacy of the fierce and fiery Northern Ireland freedom fighter, dubbed Fidel Castro in a miniskirt by a hostile media. And deciphering the mysterious ingredient of fearlessness that defines all revolutionaries.
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