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The Pipe

2010

NR CC
4.0 out of 5 stars (2) IMDb 7.7/10

What do people do, when the law prevents them from protecting themselves? Documentary film on the small Irish village that stood up to Big Oil.

Starring:
Bertie Ahern, Mary Corduff
Runtime:
1 hour, 22 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Documentary
Director Risteard O'Domhnaill
Starring Bertie Ahern, Mary Corduff
Supporting actors Willie Corduff, Maura Harrington, Monica Müller, Pat O'Donnell
Studio FilmBuff
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Interesting Documentary showing how paranoid people can be. Oil and Gas Pipelines is the safest way to transport oil and gas bar none, period.
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The human side of environmental protest. It's about the fear of losing one's livelihood versus the Goliath of Shell. It's about the fear of what may happen to the bogs and the indignity of being told what is going to be done to your village without any consultation beforehand. The real-time camera in the protest crowds reveals a violence that hurts the heart as well as the body. An engrossing true story.
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