Darragh MacIntyre’s film explores the people who were ‘disappeared’, mostly by the IRA. Forensic detectives outline the procedure, families recall the trauma of coping with loss without definitive explanations. And fascinatingly, MacIntyre manages to address pertinent questions to Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams, whose position in the IRA at the time suggests that he may be well placed to shed some light on these disappearances.
Sadly, only a three-minute taster clip was available for us to view. But this shows every sign of being sobering but essential viewing.