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Length: 1.23 mins
Date: April 2005
Subject: Christianity, protest, war, Iraq
 
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Title: Remembering the Innocent

Martin is a Catholic priest.

He recently took part in a protest outside of the Ministry of Defence in London about the situation in Iraq. As part of the protest Martin started to paint "Remember Iraqi war dead" on one of the walls. He and his fellow protesters were arrested.

Martin's film is about why they protested and the consequences of their protest. It was filmed at Minsteracres in County Durham.

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