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5944IRISH WAYSIRISH WAYS1989color52 minvhs Focuses on the daily confrontations between the two sides in Ireland, a scene where both sides conduct regular surveillance of working class and business neighborhoods, where television advertisements encourage citizens to call the British forces to report their neighbors' activities, and where bombings and shootings are routine. Soldiers on both sides of the conflict, clandestine members of the IRA, and ordinary citizens affected by the conflict describe their impressions of Ireland's struggle.