In The Name of the Father

Nominated for seven Oscars in 1993, this biopic features the dramatic prowess of Daniel Day-Lewis as the Irishman Gerry Conlon, who was wrongfully sentenced to life in prison for an IRA terrorist attack that killed four people. As if a forced confession weren’t enough injustice, the police work to implicate Conlon’s father (Pete Postlethwaite) in the same crime. Emma Thompson plays the lawyer who worked for years to uncover the truth.


13 thoughts on “In The Name of the Father

  1. Ain’t nobody taking happiness and our will want to live, love. We’ll reinforce each other through our pain. Our fucking pain will be our strongest might against everything and we’ll share it making it that much more powerful. Whole of the one will get us off this planet. U2 is a good band! And don’t fuck with the Irish they know a few wars of attrition!❤️😀

  2. It's heartbreaking to see these young people…Carol was little more than a baby….playing in the park…with absolutely NO idea of what was about to happen to them.

  3. The IRA serves as a policing force. That's why so many people in Ireland support it. Even today they don't comprehend the pricetag paid for their protection.

  4. seek  hil  thatcher    and  your natzy   law  daughter of  hitler  i had a  taste  of your  natzy para troopers.  i worked an 8hr day  an them fuckers picked me up with 5  other other guys.  i hope 1  of the 5 or all them blow the heads of them natzy para troopers.

  5. I paid for this and it's not downloading. I'm computer-illiterate. It keeps stopping at the concluding scene. Is this my computer? Is this a download failure or a streaming failure?

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