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A moving story of bravery and optimism in the face of devastating human tragedy, this feature-length BAFTA-award winning drama examines the events and aftermath of August 15th 1998, when a Real IRA bomb claimed 31 lives. It tells the story of the Omagh Support and Self Help Group as they strive to find the truth of what happened that day. At the heart of the film is the story of Michael Gallagher, who lost his 21-year-old son Aiden in the explosion, and who has become a key spokesman and lobbyist for the Support Group. This is a drama that asks powerful and provocative political questions, telling the story from the families' point of view, and portraying their personal battle for justice. It is an extraordinary story about ordinary people and what they have achieved against the odds.