FILM : Hidden Agenda
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Hidden Agenda 1991 Frances McDormand, Brian Cox, Brad Dourif, Mai Zetterling, John Benfield, Des McAleer, Jim Norton, Maurice Roëves County Antrim, County Down, Dublin (Ireland), Hertfordshire, London
Director : Ken Loach   Production Company : Hemdale, Initial  Region : LONDON H-L,SOUTH EAST E-L,IRELAND

State terrorism is uncovered when a human rights activist is murdered during the Northern Irish Troubles.

Screen captures uploaded by Phil Wilkinson

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Hidden Agenda [DVD] [1991]

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Hidden Agenda - Inside, the Sergeant takes Kerrigan and Maxwell to meet Mr.Brodie of the RUC.
Hidden Agenda

hidag021. Inside, the Sergeant takes Kerrigan and Maxwell to meet Mr.Brodie of the RUC.

Hidden Agenda - Devastated by the death of her partner, Ingrid Jessner (Frances McDormand) says farewell to her colleagues Moa (Mai Zetterling) and Henri Warchavski (Bernard Bloch). The Europa Hotel on Great Victoria Street. The façade has since been remodelled.
Hidden Agenda

hidag022. Devastated by the death of her partner, Ingrid Jessner (Frances McDormand) says farewell to her colleagues Moa (Mai Zetterling) and Henri Warchavski (Bernard Bloch). The Europa Hotel on Great Victoria Street. The façade has since been remodelled.

Hidden Agenda - Peter Kerrigan (Brian Cox) meets with former Special Branch officer Jack Cunningham (Ian McElhinney).
Hidden Agenda

hidag023. Peter Kerrigan (Brian Cox) meets with former Special Branch officer Jack Cunningham (Ian McElhinney).

Hidden Agenda - Cunningham tells Kerrigan that the men who shot Sullivan and Molloy were members of the Special Support Unit.
Hidden Agenda

hidag024. Cunningham tells Kerrigan that the men who shot Sullivan and Molloy were members of the Special Support Unit.

Hidden Agenda - A car speeds from the hotel car park when the two appear from the building.
Hidden Agenda

hidag025. A car speeds from the hotel car park when the two appear from the building.

Hidden Agenda - Kerrigan shows Jack a bullet and a note reading
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hidag026. Kerrigan shows Jack a bullet and a note reading "The next bullet is for you if you don't get out of Ireland” that he has found in his car.

Hidden Agenda - An Army patrol is passed as Kerrigan and Ingrid drive to see Molloy's wife in Fort William. At the corner of Amery Gardens and All Souls Avenue in London NW10.
Hidden Agenda

hidag027. An Army patrol is passed as Kerrigan and Ingrid drive to see Molloy's wife in Fort William. At the corner of Amery Gardens and All Souls Avenue in London NW10.

hidag027n. The same Belfast corner . . . . not far from Harlesden.
(Modern Photo Added: 21-04-2017)

Hidden Agenda - Parking outside Mrs. Molloy's house, the two go inside where they learn of a connection with Harris.
Hidden Agenda

hidag028. Parking outside Mrs. Molloy's house, the two go inside where they learn of a connection with Harris.

Hidden Agenda - Chief Superintendent Tom Maxwell (John Benfield) leaves a phone box after calling Kerrigan with information.
Hidden Agenda

hidag029. Chief Superintendent Tom Maxwell (John Benfield) leaves a phone box after calling Kerrigan with information.

Hidden Agenda - Hoping for answers about Sullivan's death, Ingrid sets off to visit journalist Theresa Doyle.
Hidden Agenda

hidag030. Hoping for answers about Sullivan's death, Ingrid sets off to visit journalist Theresa Doyle.

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