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Fifty Dead Men to go ahead at Toronto in defiance of IRA mole

The world premiere of Kari Skogland's Toronto International Film Festival gala Fifty Dead Men Walking will take place, say the film's co-producers, Future Films and HandMade Films International. The film has been the centre of row involving Martin McGartland, the former RUC Special Branch mole who infiltrated the IRA and whose eponymous autobiography inspired the work. McGartland told Screen International the version ...

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