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Publication Name: Movie Steve

Publication Name: Movie Steve

A tale from recent history with an urgent contemporary relevance…

Read the full review @ moviesteve.com

Publication Name: Harrogate Advertiser

Publication Name: Harrogate Advertiser

Harrogate Film Festival’s coup with movie premiere about ex-British Army intelligence officer and psychological warfare

Read article in Harrogate Advertiser by Graham Chalmers

Publication Name: Veterans for Peace UK

Publication Name: Veterans for Peace UK

Colin Wallace’s chilling testimony makes for compulsive viewing

Read full review by David Collins on Veterans for Peace UK

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  • “The lengths to which MI5, MI6 and the psyops warriors of the British military will go to suppress the truth about their dirty tricks in Ireland is astonishingly well told in this marvellous new film. Hairs on the back of my neck were standing up and I was concerned that MI5 might knock imminently!”

    Professor David Miller
    University of Bristol - @Spinwatch
  • “In a modern world driven by information, instant messaging and social media, we have much to learn from The Man Who Knew Too Much. Disinformation and psychological operations may be easier to deploy today than they were half a century ago.”

    Ciaran McAirt
    Paper Trail
  • “A thought provoking and intriguing documentary, which brings to our attention that psychological manipulation is as old as humanity.”

    David Stockwell
  • “As the truth about dirty tricks in Syria starts to leak out the story of Colin Wallace forcibly reminds us of the all encompassing blanket of secrecy that the secret state uses to suffocate the possibility of democracy in this country.”

    Professor David Miller
    University of Bristol - @Spinwatch