No Stone Unturned is a gripping and emotionally powerful documentary film which delves into the tragic 1994 Loughinisland massacre in Northern Ireland. Directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney, the film is an unrelenting examination of the unsolved murders of six Catholic friends watching a World Cup match in a local pub.
On that fateful night, a group of loyalist paramilitaries burst into the pub and unleashed a hail of bullets, killing six innocent civilians and leaving behind five grieving families. Despite an official police investigation, no one was ever charged or brought to justice for the horrific crime – something many believe can be attributed to collusion amongst security forces in Northern Ireland.
Through his exploration of this dark chapter in Irish history, Gibney aims to bring closure to the victims’ families by shining a light on what happened at Loughinisland all those years ago. His journey takes him from Belfast to Washington DC as he uncovers evidence that suggests multiple perpetrators and leads on those involved who have never been brought to justice.
The film features interviews with family members of the victims as well as investigative journalists and lawyers who are ultimately trying to right the wrongs of one of most heinous acts committed during The Troubles. No Stone Unturned is an essential watch for anyone looking to gain further insight into this terrible event or simply curious about uncovering truths long hidden from public view.