Director: Alex Gibney. 111 min. Rated PG. UK/USA. Documentary.
1994. A few Irish were watching the Ireland-Italy World Cup match in a local pub ... to be suddenly massacred by masked terrorists. Alex Gibney's new investigative documentary pieces clues together on how these people were caught in the crossfire of the ghastly Northern Ireland guerrilla war (a.k.a. "The Troubles"), why the Irish and British governments both did nothing to find the culprits and covered it up, and most chilling, how informants are not only the dominated but domineering force before any police investigation. You'll rethink how democracies function; namely at the expense of a few murdered in a local pub.
PS: Available on Amazon Prime. Must see.