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Hidden Agenda (1990), directed by Ken Loach, is a political thriller about British terrorism in Northern Ireland that includes the assassination of an American civil rights lawyer. Hidden Agenda depicts the investigation of the British assassination of Paul Sullivan (Brad Dourif), an American civil rights lawyer and political activist in Northern Ireland, whilst he was accompanied by a Provisional Irish Republican Army sympathiser. Investigator Peter Kerrigan' s (Brian Cox) interrogations, assisted by Ingrid Jessner (Frances McDormand), the dead man's girlfriend and colleague, reveal that the two men were shot without warning, and that there is a mysterious tape recording involved in the killings. The tape was made by Captain Harris (ex-army intelligence, hiding from the British), who recorded senior military leaders and Conservative party politicians discussing how they arranged the rise to power of Margaret Thatcher. Eventually, Cpt. Harris gives a copy of the tape recording to...
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