Did amyome else see this? It's a 2008 film about the IRA hunger strikers (though after the first half it becomes more of a Bobby Sands biopic). Maybe the most powerful film about the Troubles. It doesn't seek to glorify or demonize the hunger strikers, and it isn't sensational; none of the "battle scenes" and the like that you get elsewhere. The most intense scene is a dialogue between Sands and a priest. Worth a watch if you haven't seen it.