Jim Sheridan Essay | Treatment of Minorities in "in the Name of the Father"

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Treatment of Minorities in "in the Name of the Father"

Summary: "In the Name of the Father" directed by Jim Sheridan is based on the true story of nine Irish people who were falsely accused of bombing the Guilford Pub. The film is set from the early 70s in Belfast, Ireland to the late eighties in London, England.
"In the name of the father" directed by Jim Sheridan is based on the true story of nine Irish people who were falsely accused of bombing the Guilford Pub. The film is set from the early 70s in Belfast, Ireland to the late eighties in London, England. It follows the story of the falsely accused father, Giuseppe, and son, Gerry, who spend all their years in jail trying to prove their innocence. I have selected this film to study as it clearly shows my chosen theme of the treatment of minorities in literature. The minority group in this film is the Irish Catholics and the majority being the British.

Belfast in the early 70's was in violent chaos, as a result of the Civil War, the British Army is there as peace keepers, against the wishes of most...

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