Great Britain, 2022, 91 min
Language & Subtitles:
English; subtitles in Hebrew
Alison Millar, Jackie Doyle
Sheffield DocFest (Tim Hetherington Award), Cork International Film Festival, Giffoni, Achill Island
With deep roots in the working class of war-torn Belfast, Lyra McKee became a nationally renowned investigative journalist. She did not cease to expose the consequences of the conflict days in Northern Ireland and demanded a proper response to the crimes that were forgotten after the peace agreement. Her life was cut short in 2019, when she was murdered during riots by members of the IRA organization opposing the Good Friday Agreement.
Director Alison Miller, McKee's best friend, used her recordings and interviews with her family members to create a moving and touching film that brings Lyra McKee's story to the screen in her own words.
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