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The film's composer, David Holmes, was born in Belfast, where most of the film takes place. See more »
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MY AUTUMNS DONE COME
/ "MY AUTUMNS GONE"
Written and Performed by Lee Hazlewood
Published by Universal Music Publishing Ltd
Courtesy of Polydor US
Under license from Universal Music Operations Limited See more »
I felt this was a film about N Ireland made for audiences outside N Ireland. As with many films portraying my home country, most of the accents made me cringe. Also, the effect of a burning car or bus at the end of ever street was overdone. As for the pints of Guinness served like pints of bitter ..... Life was bad during the troubles, but not that bad. The film didn't gloss over the life of a squaddie, being required to do things and be places they probably had no understanding of. The quote about army life, which seems to be used in most media discussions, "the rich telling the stupid to shoot the poor" sums it up well. The portrayal of the role of special ops and their relationship with all sides in the conflict would probably be educational for those with a limited knowledge of N Ireland's history over the past 40 years. I'm glad I saw this movie but I have little inclination to watch it again.
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