Life is rarely like movies, but they play a leading role in how we learn about this nation

The Michael Collins film I’m dying to see is from 1936 and it’s called Beloved Enemy.

In this film, the Collins character awakens from his coma after being wounded in battle and tells his beloved, Kitty Kiernan-esque, that their side has won, there will be peace now – and they can find happiness. Imagine if 20th-century Irish history were anywhere near as straightforward.

https://www.independent.ie/opinion/comment/life-is-rarely-like-movies-but-they-play-a-leading-part-in-how-we-learn-about-this-nation-41927313.html Life is rarely like movies, but they play a leading role in how we learn about this nation

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