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Source:  Variety

Premeiring at the New York Film Festival, “No Stone Unturned,” is an Alex Gibney anomaly.  The documentary investigates the still-unsolved Loughinisland massacre, one of the signpost tragedies of the Troubles in Northern Ireland.

It’s the first Gibney film that has almost no connection to events happening in America — but, ironically, it’s also one of the only Gibney films in which he declares, right up front, his personal relationship to the subject.

Gibney has spent time in Ireland, working on a project that connected him to The Heights Bar, the small-town pub where the murders occurred.

Read the story at Variety.

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